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  1. Government Contracts: 30%
    14 years
  2. Employment: 30%
    14 years
  3. Litigation: 20%
    14 years
  4. Sexual Harassment: 10%
    14 years
  5. Discrimination: 10%
    14 years

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Hunton & Williams

951 E Byrd St
Riverfront Plaza East Tower
Richmond, VA, 23219-4040


VAAuthorized to practice law200209/15/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
E. Randolph Williams Award for Pro Bono ServiceHunton & Williams LLP2014
Virginia Super Lawyer - Employment LawVirginia Super Lawyers2014
Virginia Rising Star - Employment Law and Government ContractsVirginia Super Lawyers2013
Virginia Legal Elite (Under 40)Virginia Legal Elite2012
Sandra Day O'Connor Award for Professional ServiceAmerican Inns of Court2007
Young Lawyer of the Year AwardVirginia State Bar2006
Outstanding Service AwardVSB Young Lawyers Conference2004
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
CounselHunton & Williams LLP2002 - Present
Association namePosition nameDuration
Virginia State Bar - CouncilCouncil Member2013 - Present
VSB Standing Committee on ProfessionalismCommittee Member2007 - 2013
VSB Young Lawyers ConferencePast-President, Board Member2006 - 2013
John Marshall Inn of CourtExecutive Committee Member2004 - Present
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Fletcher v. Philip Morris USA, Inc. et al., No. 3:09cv284, 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 63094 (E.D.Va. July 14, 2009)Obtained Rule 12(b)(6) dismissal of all claims prior to discovery
Alarie v. Alcoa Inc. and Broadspire Services, Inc., No. 06-4111 (D. S.D. Oct. 24, 2007)Obtained dismissal on summary judgment
Elamon v. Red Robin International, Inc., No. 2:06cv202, 2006 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 74375 (E.D. Va. Sept. 29, 2006)Obtained Rule 12(b)(6) dismissal of all claims
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Publication nameTitleDate
Inside CounselOFCCP increases cost and risks for contractors via new Scheduling Letter and Itemized Listing2014
InsideCounselPay close attention to the OFCCP’s proposed Equal Pay Report rule2014
Hunton Employment and Labor PerspectivesTelecommuting May Be A Reasonable Accommodation, Even For Jobs With “Teamwork” Requirements2014
Hunton Employment and Labor PerspectivesOFCCP Publishes New Rules For Veterans/Disabled2013
Hunton Employment and Labor PerspectivesSuit By Gay Worker Shows Modern Trends: “Cat’s Paw” Liability And “Gender Stereotype” Discrimination2012
Hunton Employment and Labor PerspectivesEven In Down Economy, Plaintiff Not Required To Retrain To Mitigate Job Loss, One Court Rules2011
Hunton Employment and Labor PerspectivesNew Notice and Posting Obligations for Federal Contractors2010
Richmond MagazineHow can employers manage workplace romances?2007
Virginia Legal Reference SeriesModel Employee Policies and Forms for Virginia Employers and How to Use Them2006
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Duke University School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2002
College of William and MaryEnglish / PsychologyBA - Bachelor of Arts1998
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
WebinarPay Equity Under The Obama Administration: What Do The Latest Executive Actions Mean For Your Company?2014
Human Resources SymposiumImplementing the New OFCCP Veteran and Disabled Regulations2014
Client WorkshopOFCCP Workshop: Everything You Need To Be Compliant in 20142014
43rd Annual Conference of Labor Relations and Employment LawPay Equity: Regulation, Enforcement and Litigation by the EEOC and OFCCP2013
WebinarHow HR Managers Can Avoid the Dangers of Social Networks2012
Annual ILG Industry ConferenceThe Dangers of Social Media: How Employers Can Avoid the Pitfalls of Social Networks and Still Harness their Power2011
WebinarThe Dangers of Social Media: How Employers Can Avoid the Pitfalls of Social Networks and Still Harness their Power2010
39th Annual Conference of Labor Relations and Employment LawGovernment Contractors and Other Recipients of Government Funds — Do They Know What They're Getting Into?2009
SeminarEmployee Misconduct: Conducting Investigations, Employee Surveillance / Monitoring, and Off-Duty Issues2005