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Labor & Employment

Avoid Complications with Our Employment Law Attorneys
At Vandeventer Black LLP, we understand the complexities of running a large business, the countless factors that affect the bottom line, and the costly consequences that come with failure to comply with Labor and Employment Laws.

We are highly attuned to our clients’ business interests, and partner with them in the development and execution of well-tailored strategies that align with their business objectives. We secure solutions, both in and out of court, to keep the business moving forward.

We help our clients build and strengthen the relationship with their employees.  Our employment law attorneys advise and assist clients with employee relations, counseling, and training; employee benefits; drafting employment contracts, employee handbooks, and policies; and the negotiation and implementation of sensitive termination, as well as disciplinary measures. We also hold annual seminars to help keep our clients current with case law and legislation developments.

Our employment law attorneys provide representation to a wide variety of organizations and businesses across a spectrum of Labor and Employment Law and Litigation matters including:

We represent employers before numerous courts and administrative agencies, including State and Federal courts, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Internal Revenue Service, Virginia Human Rights Council, Virginia Employment Commission, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, U.S. Department of Labor, Virginia Department of Labor and Industry, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Virginia Occupational Safety and Health, and the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).

If you’d like to discuss your business’s compliance with our labor and employment attorneys, contact us today! Our attorneys will be happy to discuss your situation with you and determine the best way to proceed.

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