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Monthly Archives

December 2013

Virginia Law Requires Certain Employers to Have Workers Compensation Insurance

Virginia law requires that every employer who regularly employs 3 or more employees must have Workers Compensation Insurance. Failure to do so subjects the employer to fines up to $5,000.00, plus liability to any injured worker.

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Courts in Virginia Frequently Invalidate Excessively Restrictive Non-Compete Clauses

Businesses often want or need to prevent departing employees from competing with their company, or from stealing the company’s clients. […]

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Elizabeth Gray

“Do Not Hospitalize” Orders

A lot of people do not know what a “Do Not Hospitalize” order is and how one is used. As attorneys we routinely put such orders in our advance directives without a detailed explanation to our clients. What is a “Do Not Hospitalize” order? Would your health care decision makers (“proxies”) know how to use one?

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