Tag Archives: workplace law

Laws, Rules, & Regulations that May Not Apply to Your Small Businesses

An extraordinary number of laws, rules, and regulations govern businesses and their employees.

As a small business, these rules and regulations may seem overwhelming at times, but the good news is that small businesses may be exempt from one or more of them depending on its number of employees. Here are just a few examples of...
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SuAnne Hardee Bryant One of Ten Best Labor and Employment Attorneys

Congratulations to our own SuAnne Hardee Bryant on her recent acceptance into American Institute of Legal Counsel's 2016 10 Best Labor & Employment Attorneys!

DavisLaw072-SuAnne SuAnne has been practicing law for 23 years and she specializes in labor and employment law, as well as civil litigation...
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Small Law Firms Make a Big Difference

When it comes to law firms, bigger is not always better.

The definition of a “small” law firm can change depending on the location and type of practice, but according to the American Bar Association, nearly 70% of all private sector attorneys work at firms with fewer than 20 lawyers. People may initially shy...
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Norfolk chosen for EEOC Pilot Project

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced last week that 11 of its 53 offices across the country will begin a pilot program called “ACT Digital” to digitally transmit Charges of Discrimination and related documents to employers. This system applies to private and public employers, unions and employment agencies.The Norfolk Local Office is included in...
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