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Nathaniel David Johnson handles employment law matters for clients located across Washington, D.C. and southern Maryland, including the communities of Waldorf, La Plata, Prince Georges County, Charles County, St. Mary's County, Calvert County, Fort Washington, Upper Marlboro, Laurel, Bowie, Hyattsville, Montgomery County, Howard County, Anne Arundel County, Annapolis, and Baltimore.

Practice areas include employment discrimination, wage and hour law, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, unemployment appeals, MSPB and EEOC.