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Understanding the Newly Enacted Virginia Employment Laws

1h 2m

Created on October 29, 2021





After greatly expanding employment rights in 2020, the Virginia legislature has again passed a number of new laws with a direct impact on employers. As of July 1, 2021, Virginia employees have numerous new protections in the areas of disability discrimination, military status, and cannabis oil use. These laws will continue to transform employment litigation in the Commonwealth as the new legislation provides powerful new protections for Virginia employees.

Please join experienced Virginia litigator Jacki Thompson to discuss the practical effects of the new laws and how best to minimize your risk of litigation.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Review the amendment of the Virginia Human Rights Act

  2. Identify how disability discrimination laws have been expanded and how they differ from the federal Americans with Disabilities Act

  3. Determine how employers should handle employees using cannabis or cannabis-related products

  4. Discuss how to avoid the pitfalls associated with the new laws

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