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ERE SIG - While You Were Sheltering in Place, the Commonwealth Changed Overnight
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 Export to Your Calendar 6/4/2020
When: Thursday, June 4, 2020
8:00 AM
Where: Virtual Meeting (link to be sent out 24 hours prior to the event)
United States


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Over Easter weekend, in what can only be described as a deluge of activity, Virginia’s Governor Ralph Northam signed a series of laws that fundamentally change the employment law landscape in the Commonwealth. These include a fundamental rewrite of the Virginia Human Rights Act, a very broad whistleblower protection law, the creation of a private right of action for a wage theft law that provides for treble damages, an employee misclassification law that presumes a worker is an employee, a law banning restrictive covenants for a broad swath of “low-wage” employees, a new minimum wage, and a law de-criminalizing marijuana possession for first offenses. Each of these laws impact Virginia employers who will no doubt still be reeling from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic when they go into effect in July. This presentation will explore what each of these new laws mean for Virginia employers and provide some practical tips on how to manage compliance after these new laws take effect. 

 

 Speaker: Jeremy Schneider

 

Jeremy Schneider is an attorney in the Washington, DC Region office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Jeremy represents management in state and federal court, arbitrations, and before administrative agencies such as the EEOC, DOL, and OSHA. Jeremy frequently litigates cases arising under Title VII, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, Section 1981 of the Civil Rights Act, and the Fair Labor Standards Act. Jeremy also helps clients protect their competitive interests through enforcing covenants not to compete and litigating breaches of duty of loyalty and theft of trade secrets claims. Jeremy also dedicates a lot of his time to providing advice and training to employers to help them avoid litigation before it starts. Jeremy is also a frequent speaker before human resource organizations, industry and bar associations, and conferences on employment and whistleblower issues. He lives in Leesburg, Virginia, with his wife and three children.