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Blog Posts in May, 2013

Virginia Employment Law: Employee Breach of Contract, Duty of Loyalty and Misappropriation of Trade Secrets

I often represent clients on claims that an employer's business interests were harmed by the disloyal or otherwise unlawful conduct of a former employee. Typically, these employer lawsuits allege ...
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Virginia Employment Law: Protection of Employees on Workers' Compensation (VA Code § 40.1-27.1)

As a courtesy to employers and employment lawyers, The Employment Law Chronicle provides the text or links to the text of key Federal, Virginia, and District of Columbia labor and employment laws ...
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D.C. Employment Laws: District of Columbia Family and Medical Leave Act (DCFMLA), D.C. Code Section 32-501 et. seq.

As a courtesy to employers and employment lawyers, The Employment Law Chronicle provides general information about key Federal, Virginia, and District of Columbia labor and employment laws published ...
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D.C. Employment Law: District of Columbia Accrued Sick and Safe Leave Act ("ASSLA") Takes Effect Providing Employees With Paid Sick Leave

Effective November 13, 2008, the District of Columbia's paid sick leave law requires employers to provide employees with up to seven days (varies based on employer size) of paid sick leave for ...
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Employment Discrimination: FAQ's

In an ongoing series aimed at answering frequently asked employment-law questions, here are the basics of "Employment Discrimination." Question: What does employment discrimination mean? ...
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Employment Agreements: Waivers & Releases of Employment Discrimination Claims in Severance Agreements

Here, I provided FAQ's for employers and employees in Virginia and the District of Columbia concerning employment separation or severance agreements. As noted, a typical separation agreement will ...
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Employment Separation, Severance, and Release Agreements: FAQ's

Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about employment Separation Agreements, Severance & Release Agreements: Question: Are employers in the District of Columbia or Virginia required ...
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