That plant is Lesser Celandine a.k.a. Fig Buttercup.
It is a serious invasive threat to our native ephemeral spring bloomers, as it spreads quickly and smothers the forest floor. (A walk along some of our state parks near the river show how bad it can be.
It should be controlled. Here is our page about it: http://extension.umd.edu/hgic/lesser-celandine It should be done soon as this plant disappears by about June.
Here is our page on wild garlic/onions: http://extension.umd.edu/hgic/wild-garlicwild-onions
Lyre-leaf sage is a native, and it generally is not problematic, but you can remove or reduce it's spread if need be.