Sports Agency’s Commission Suit Moved To Va. State Court
A Virginia federal judge on Friday remanded a suit by Paramount Sports & Entertainment Management against a former agent over commissions back to state court, ruling the agent’s employment agreement precludes the case’s removal to federal court.
Adverse Action Notices: ECOA and FCRA
Terry Frank presented "Adverse Action Notices: ECOA and FCRA" for NAFCU on September 19, 2018.
Executive Employment Agreements
Executive employment agreements are a necessity of any relationship between a company and its management. Dustin H. DeVore authored an article for CU Management to provide a review of what these agreements are and why they are so important.
Employment Law Alert – October 31, 2018
The EEOC continues to focus on sexual harassment.
Spoliation Under Fed. R. Civ. P. 37(e): What a Party Must Prove to Obtain Sanctions for Failure to Preserve ESI
Kristin B. Burch published an article titled "Spoliation Under Fed. R. Civ. P. 37(e): What a Party Must Prove to Obtain Sanctions for Failure to Preserve ESI" in the October 2018 issue of Virginia Lawyer.
Commercial Real Estate Receiverships – An Alternative to Foreclosure?
Historically, receiverships for commercial real estate were used to collect rents and fees generated by income producing properties prior to the completion of foreclosure sales on those properties.
Employment Law Alert – October 2018
If hackers are nothing else, they are innovative - constantly changing ways to gain unauthorized access to accounts and information. In an effort to redirect employees’ direct deposits, hackers are using phishing techniques to change access to employees’ email accounts.
House GOP Sends Letter to White House on DOL Enforcement Tactics
On October 1, 2018, twenty-seven (27) Republican members of the House of Representatives (the “Representatives”) sent a letter to President Trump regarding the Department of Labor’s (the “DOL”) current investigatory and enforcement practices with respect to ESOPs.