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Employment Law Alert - October 2016
Since 2009, retaliation has been the most frequently alleged claim in Charges of Discrimination filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
By Labor & Employment

Daily Press Urges Va. Supreme Court to Hear Open Records Appeal
Lauren Tallent Rogers was quoted in 'Daily Press Urges Va. Supreme Court to Hear Open Records Appeal' at The Daily Press.
By Lauren Tallent Rogers

Employment Law Update - Fall 2016
Since 2009, retaliation has been the most frequently filed charge of discrimination with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
By Labor & Employment

Manufacturing & Distribution Client Alert - October 2016
The E-Warranty Act of 2015 amends the Magnuson-Moss Warranty-Federal Trade Commission Improvement Act, to provide manufacturers and sellers of consumer products the option to post written warranties online, rather than on the product or accompanying printed material as is required under the current law.
By Stephen E. Story and Robert E. Smartschan

Government Contracts Update - New Paid Sick Leave Regulations
The Department of Labor has released its final regulations implementing Executive Order 13706 (Paid Sick Leave), which will go into effect on most new government contracts with solicitations issued after January 1, 2017.
By Robert J. Barry, Randy C. Sparks Jr., Scott W. Kezman and Government Contracts & Construction

Private Client Services Update - A Taxing Campaign: Clinton and Trump's Individual, Estate, and Gift Tax Plans
The 2016 election has been taxing for all of us in many ways, so we’re here to try to summarize Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s proposed tax plans as simply as possible and without any political opinions or analysis of wide-reaching implications in the case that either plan was to take effect.
By Ellis H. Pretlow and Private Client Services

Credit Union Foundations Are a Vehicle to Grow Membership
Legal fine points for credit unions interested in creating a charitable foundation.
By David Kamer and E. Andrew Keeney