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  1. USA

    1. Alexandria VA

      2318 Mill Road, Suite 1100, Alexandria, VA 22314, USA T 1 703 684 8007 F 1 703 684 8075
    2. Blacksburg VA

      2000 Kraft Drive, Suite 1000, Blacksburg, VA 24060, USA T 1 540 961 2600 F 1 540 961 2941
    3. Boston MA

      One International Place, Eleventh Floor, Boston MA 2110, USA T 1 617 502 8200 F 1 617 502 8201
    4. Charlottesville VA

      123 East Main Street, Suite 800, Charlottesville, VA 22902, USA T 1 434 245 3444 F 1 434 296 0905
    5. Dearborn MI

      290 Town Center Drive, Fourth Floor, Dearborn, MI 48126, USA T 1 313 259 6200 F 1 313 259 1840
    6. Glen Allen VA

      4201 Dominion Boulevard, Suite 200, Glen Allen, VA 23060, USA T 1 804 270 0070 F 1 804 270 4715
    7. Hartford CT

      One Financial Plaza, 755 Main Street, Suite 2000, Hartford, CT 6103, USA T 1 860 656 1520 F 1 860 656 1521
    8. Los Angeles CA

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    9. New Haven CT

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    10. New York NY

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    11. Newark NJ

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    12. Norfolk VA

      999 Waterside Drive, Suite 2525, Norfolk, VA 23510, USA T 1 757 624 1454 F 1 757 624 3773
    13. Philadelphia PA

      1500 Market Street, Twelfth Floor, East Tower, Philadelphia, PA 19102, USA T 1 215 665 5644 F 1 215 569 8228
    14. Richmond VA (Federal Reserve Bank Building) Richmond - Federal Reserve

      Federal Reserve Bank Building, 701 East Byrd Street Sixteenth Floor, Richmond, VA 23219, USA T 1 804 545 1500 F 1 804 545 1501
    15. Richmond VA (411 East Franklin Street)

      411 East Franklin Street, Fourth Floor, Richmond, VA 23219, USA T 1 804 783 1100 F 1 804 783 1138
    16. Richmond VA (Corporate Office)

      Corporate Office, 951 East Byrd Street, 18th Floor, Richmond VA 23219, USA T 1 804 783 2003 F 1 804 783 2294
    17. Roanoke VA

      1800 Wachovia Tower Drawer 1200, Roanoke VA 24006, USA T 1 540 510 3000 F 1 540 510 3050
    18. San Francisco CA

      44 Montgomery Street, Eighteenth Floor, San Francisco, CA 94104, USA T 1 415 391 7111 F 1 415 391 8766
    19. Virginia Beach VA

      One Columbus Center, 283 Constitution Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23462, USA T 1 757 217 4530 F 1 757 217 4599
    20. Washington DC

      1101 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20036, USA T 1 202 659 4140 F 1 202 659 4130
    21. Williamsburg VA

      5388 Discovery Park Boulevard, Third Floor, Williamsburg, VA 23188, USA T 1 757 941 2800 F 1 757 941 2879
  1. Give me a break: what Virginia law says about employee meal and rest breaks

    USA - January 30 2013

    Most people have heard the phrase "there's no such thing as a free lunch," but the recent rash of cases across the country involving litigation over

  2. Five mistakes to avoid in drafting non-compete and non-solicitation agreements

    USA - May 16 2013

    Employers often seek business protection by entering into agreements with employees that restrict their business activities after leaving employment

  3. The ADA and workplace drug testing: what are an employer’s rights?

    USA - October 25 2012

    An employee who works under the influence of drugs or alcohol at work may, at the very least, have diminished productivity and poor work performance; at worst, he poses a serious safety risk to himself and those around him

  4. Pregnant dancers are sexy and they know it

    USA - March 16 2015

    In considering a motion for summary judgment that may have been written just so I could write about it, in Berry v. The Great American Dream, Inc.(No

  5. Beware inadvertent waiver of the attorney-client privilege through use of employer-provided computers or e-mail

    USA - May 21 2013

    Many litigators, aware of the pitfalls of electronic discovery, are careful not to disclose documents that may lead to the inadvertent waiver of the

  1. Pregnant dancers are sexy and they know it

    USA - March 16 2015

    In considering a motion for summary judgment that may have been written just so I could write about it, in Berry v. The Great American Dream, Inc.(No

  2. “The waiting is the hardest part”

    USA - March 11 2015

    As we approach the fourth anniversary of the date the DC anti-SLAPP statute became effective, parties in several high-profile cases know exactly what

  3. Employers must act fast under looming NLRB quickie election rule

    USA - March 11 2015

    Employers will soon need to act quickly if they want to educate employees who are thinking of unionization. That's because the National Labor

  4. To grant leave or not to grant leavethat is the question

    USA - March 5 2015

    Employers covered by the Family and Medical Leave Act often are surprised to find out that the onus is on them to provide eligible employees notice

  5. Forras case finally reaches DC Circuit

    USA - March 3 2015

    After a brief and unsuccessful return to the federal district court, the appellants in the Forras v. Rauf case (Vincent Forras and Larry Klayman