Category: Virginia

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Exotic dancers at Headlights Gentleman’s Club in Norfolk sue, claim they were cheated of wages and tips

From the Daily Press, Jane Harper reports another lawsuit alleging that exotic dancers were misclassified as independent…

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A Growing Number of States, Including Virginia, Have Started Requiring Reporting of Independent Contractors to the State New Hire Directory 

From JDSupra, Merrell Renaud discusses the new requirement for Virginia companies to report the new hire of…

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Major changes coming to Virginia employment laws on July 1, 2020; prepare now with this employer checklist

From JDSupra, George Ingham and Amy Kett discuss Virginia laws that take effect on July 1, 2020…

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Virginia Club Can’t Sink Exotic Dancer’s Misclassification Suit   

From AVN.com, Rhett Pardon reports on another class action lawsuit alleging exotic dancers were misclassified as independent…

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You Say Independent Contractor; Virginia Says Employee 

From JDSupra, Michael Marr discusses the recent statutes enacted by Virginia. Michael writes: The law contains two key…

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Virginia Enacts Expansive Changes to Its Employment Laws, Including Major Amendments to Human Rights Act 

From JDSupra, Garen Dodge, Nathaniel Glasser and Brian Steinbach discuss recent laws in Virginia that focus on…

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Virginia Enacts Three Bills On Employee Misclassification 

From JDSupra, Milena Radovic and Kristina Vaquera discuss recent laws enacted by Virginia. Milena and Kristina write:…

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Virginia Task Force Releases Recommendations To Address Worker Misclassification 

From JDSupra, Paul Holdsworth, Adam Lounsbury and Courtney Malveaux report the recommendations of the Virginia Task Force…

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Virginia shipping company to pay $597,000 in back wages over misclassification

Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) reports on a settlement of almost six hundred thousand dollars for claims of…

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Virginia forms task force to block worker misclassification 

From The State. the Associated Press reports that the governor of Virginia formed a task form to…

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Companies should revisit contractors’ classification as state steps up investigations 

  From Lexology, Shyrell A. Reed and Whit Long discuss the importance of classifying workers properly for workers’ compensation purposes….

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Legal Insider: Be Wary of Non-Compete Agreements for Independent Contractors in Virginia 

From ARLnow.com, Kimberly H. Berry discusses the challenges of non-compete agreements for independent contractors. Kimberly writes: One of…