Posts by Theodora Stringham, Esq.
Dealing with Jerks? Three Takeaways on Harassment Claims.
Dealing with unpleasant people can be very frustrating. Instead of extending common courtesies, they seem to thrive on making things…Read More
Organ Donors Have New Rights: What to Know About the New Leave Law
How do you calculate time off from work? Each state (and the District of Columbia) has a different approach that…Read More
Can Zoom Votes Be Undone? Three Takeaways from a Recent Decision
Did your business or organization conduct meetings virtually during the peak of COVID-19? If you did, then you were in…Read More
New Federal Law on Pregnancy: Three Things to Know
March is Women’s History Month. Despite our nation’s extensive history, only 100 years have passed since women have had the…Read More
Government Contractors’ Data May Be Disclosed Publicly: What to Know
Documenting correctly is critical in business. This principle is particularly true for government contractors and subcontractors – as the failure…Read More
Recruitment Software and Discrimination: Three Things to Know
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become a mainstay of everyday life – for everything from texting (Autocorrect) to ordering food from…Read More
New Privacy Law May Affect Your Online Presence: Three Things To Know
Does your business or organization rely on consumer data? If so, then Virginia’s Consumer Data Protection Act (the “Act”) should…Read More
Secrets at Work? Three Tips on Confidentiality Requirements
Most businesses have secrets. Whether it is how to make the “secret sauce” or lists of targeted potential customers, employers…Read More
Unemployment Benefits: Three Things to Know
Terminating an employee – or having them resign, can be difficult. Given the stress associated with either process, many employers…Read More
Midterm Elections: Time Off to Vote Required?
Voting is important to our democracy. News coverage for the November 8 midterm election, as well as several local races,…Read More