Rachelle E. Hill

Rachelle E. Hill

Bean, Kinney & Korman, PC

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Employment Law Newsletter - January 2014

In This Issue: - 2013 Virginia Employment Law in Review - Avoiding Pitfalls of Severance Agreements - Excerpt from 2013 Virginia Employment Law in Review: In anticipation of a new year, the...more

1/10/2014 - Commercial Bankruptcy Compliance Discrimination Employer Liability Issues Non-Compete Agreements Severance Agreements Termination

Business Law Newsletter - January 2014

In This Issue: - Minority Shareholder Rights in Virginia - Revisions to Federal Non-Party Subpoena Power (Rule 45): Streamlining and Simplifying Outdated Procedures, Effective December 1, 2013 - Common...more

1/9/2014 - Copyright Minority Shareholders Non-Parties Small Business Startups Subpoenas

2013 Virginia Employment Law in Review

In anticipation of a new year, the following is a brief overview of selected notable employment-related cases in Virginia from 2013. These cases involve non-competition agreements, discrimination claims and bankruptcy issues....more

1/7/2014 - ADEA Chapter 7 Civil Rights Act Commercial Bankruptcy Compliance Demurrers Discrimination EEOC Non-Compete Agreements Restrictive Covenants Reverse Discrimination Standing Title VII

Avoiding Pitfalls of Severance Agreements

As a business owner, it is inevitable that there will come a time when, for some reason or another, you will need to terminate an employee. In many circumstances an employer will use a severance agreement to obtain a release...more

1/6/2014 - ADEA Compliance EEOC Employer Liability Issues OWBA Severance Agreements Termination

Revisions to Federal Non-Party Subpoena Power (Rule 45): Streamlining and Simplifying Outdated Procedures, Effective December 1,...

For the first time since 1991, substantive changes have been made to the Federal Rule of Civil Procedure governing subpoenas effective December 1, 2013. There are five major revisions which were made in an attempt to...more

1/2/2014 - Multidistrict Litigation Non-Parties Notice Requirements Rule 45 Subpoenas

Employment Law Newsletter - September 2013

In This Issue: - Obama Administration Postpones Health Care Reporting and Penalties Until 2015 - Severance Agreements: What Are They Good For? - Excerpt from Severance Agreements: What Are They Good For? ...more

9/9/2013 - Affordable Care Act Delays Employer Mandates Healthcare Penalties Reporting Requirements Severance Agreements

Severance Agreements: What Are They Good For?

Employers frequently use severance agreement when terminating an employee or when an employee resigns with the hopes of reducing potential liability. In our practice, we often advise employers to offer severance pay that is...more

9/6/2013 - Contract Drafting Covenant Not to Sue Employer Liability Issues Release Agreements Resignation Severance Agreements Termination

SCOTUS Strikes Down DOMA – Employer Obligations In Virginia, D.C. And Maryland

Employers must take heed and review their employee benefit packages in light of the Supreme Court’s opinion, United States v. Windsor, finding that the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is unconstitutional. The opinion directly...more

7/9/2013 - COBRA DOMA Employee Benefits Employer Mandates Healthcare HIPAA Marriage Open Enrollment Pensions Same-Sex Marriage SCOTUS US v Windsor

Fourth Circuit Joins D.C. Circuit In Striking Down NLRB’s Employee Rights Notice Posting Rule

In June 2013, the Fourth Circuit joined the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in vacating the National Labor Relations Board’s “notice posting rule” (the “rule”). The controversial rule...more

7/2/2013 - Employee Rights Employer Mandates NLRA NLRB Notifications Posting Requirements

Employment Law Newsletter - May 2013

In This Issue: - Thinking about Hiring an Unpaid Summer Intern? What You Need to Know - Pets in the Workplace: Should Your Company Open its Doors to Employees’ Furry Friends? - Excerpt from Thinking about...more

5/8/2013 - ADA Classification Dog-Friendly Workplace DOL Hiring & Firing Unpaid Interns

Business Law Newsletter - May 2013

In This Issue: - Subpoenas: What Are They and What Do You Do If You or Your Business Receives One? - Sequestration and the Continuing Resolution’s Effect on Government Contracting - New I-9 Creates Risk...more

5/6/2013 - Compliance Employer Liability Issues I-9 Sequestration Subpoenas Termination

Pets In The Workplace: Should Your Company Open Its Doors To Employees’ Furry Friends?

Pet Sitter International’s Take Your Dog to Work Day (“TYDTWDay”) is Friday, June 21, 2013. With this event on the horizon, it raises questions regarding the legal and practical aspects of allowing pets in the workplace. ...more

5/1/2013 - Corporate Culture Dog-Friendly Workplace Liability Pets

Subpoenas: What Are They And What Do You Do If You Or Your Business Receives One?

What’s a “Subpoena”? A subpoena is a formal document commanding a person or an entity to either appear at a location and give testimony (a witness subpoena) or to produce documents identified within the subpoena (a...more

4/26/2013 - Subpoenas

Business Law Newsletter - January 2013

In This Issue: - Written Contracts and the Statute of Limitations...Page 1 - Website Owners: Who is Liable for Third Party Postings on Your Website?...Page 2 - Business Tort Brings Sanctions...Page 3 -...more

1/10/2013 - Breach of Contract Communications Decency Act Conversion Copyright Defamation DMCA Infringement Sanctions Software Statute of Limitations Third-Party Trade Secrets Website Owner Liability Written Agreements

Website Owners: Who Is Liable For Third Party Postings On Your Website?

A recent Fairfax County defamation case involving a consumer’s scathing postings against a contractor on Yelp and Angie’s List raises the issue as to who can be held liable for postings made by third parties. Can the...more

12/28/2012 - Communications Decency Act Copyright Defamation DMCA Infringement Third-Party Website Owner Liability

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