Casemaker Libra



Employment Law in Virginia, 6th Ed

Publication Year: 2016
Practice Area: Employment Law

If you would like to subscribe to online access to the entire Virginia CLE Digital Library click.

Casemaker Libra provides online access to the entire Virginia CLE Online Publications Library.
If you would like to purchase this particular book individually for $249.00 from the Virginia CLE website click.Buy Now

Description:

Employment Law in Virginia''s two volumes provide a comprehensive overview of the myriad statutory, regulatory, and common law issues that may emerge from any event in the employment relationship. It covers the complete employment relationship from job recruitment and selection to termination and retirement.

Editors:
R. Mark Dare, Isler Dare, P.C., Vienna.
R. Mark Dare, co-editor of this book and author of Chapter 10 since the book’s initial publication in 1997, is a partner in Isler Dare, P.C. His practice focuses on representing employers faced with employment-related claims, such as wrongful discharge and discrimination, as well as claims arising out of a departing employee’s attempts to compete with a former employer. Mr. Dare is a lecturer and author of numerous written materials on employment issues for the Virginia State Bar, The Virginia Bar Association, Georgetown University Law Center, Virginia CLE, the District of Columbia Bar, the Fairfax Bar Association, and other organizations. He has been recognized as a top lawyer in various publications, including Chambers USA, Best Lawyers, Virginia Business, Washingtonian, Virginia Super Lawyers, and Washington D.C. Super Lawyers. He has authored numerous publications, such as Restrictions upon Employee Conduct (Virginia CLE 1994), Employment Law Developments (Fairfax Bar Association 2000), and Employment Litigation in the Federal Courts (Federal Bar Association 2007). Mr. Dare is a member and past president of the Fairfax Bar Association, a member of the Labor Relations and Employment Law Section of The Virginia Bar Association, and past president of the Fairfax Law Foundation. He received an A.B. from Princeton University in 1971 and a J.D. from the University of Virginia in 1974.

Thomas M. Winn, III, Woods Rogers PLC, Roanoke.
Thomas M. Winn, III, co-editor of this book, is a principal in the Labor and Employment Group at Woods Rogers, where his nationwide practice focuses on HR counseling, employment litigation, and traditional labor issues. Best Lawyers in America named Tom as the 2016 Roanoke Lawyer of the Year for Labor Law-Management.

Mr. Winn advises management on HR issues ranging from discipline/discharge, workforce reductions, handbooks and agreements, harassment, discrimination and retaliation, wage and hour compliance, health and disability, employee leave and benefits, and unfair competition. He regularly represents employers regarding these issues before state and federal courts and administrative agencies, including the EEOC, DOL, and OFCCP. He has served as “first chair” counsel at both trial and appellate levels.

Authors:
Ian P. Band

Table of Contents:

 Title
 Title and Copyright
 Chapters and Authors
 About the Editors and Authors
 Acknowledgments
 Introduction
Chapter 1 - Title VII and the Reconstruction Era Statutes
Chapter 2 - Equal Pay Acts -Federal and State
Chapter 3 - The Age Discrimination in Employment Act
Chapter 4 - State and Federal Disabilities Acts
Chapter 5 - Federal Discrimination Claims, the Virginia Human Rights Act, and Local Agencies
Chapter 6 - Qui Tam Whistleblower Litigation
Chapter 7 - Government Contractors -Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action
Chapter 8 - Wrongful Discharge
Chapter 9 - Employment Agreements
Chapter 10 - Unfair Competition
Chapter 11 - Tort Actions
Chapter 12 - Wage and Hour Law
Chapter 13 - Privacy, Testing, Investigations, and Searches
Chapter 14 - Employment of Foreign Nationals
Chapter 15 - Family and Medical Leave Act
Chapter 16 - Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act Of 1994
Chapter 17 - Occupational Safety and Health Law
Chapter 18 - COBRA -Continuation Coverage Requirements of Employee Health Care Plans
Chapter 19 - ERISA Litigation
Chapter 20 - The National Labor Relations Act
Chapter 21 - Public Sector Issues
Chapter 22 - Unemployment Compensation
 Table of Authorities
 Index