2021 LABOR/EMPLOYMENT LAW Q&A
Laurie L. Kirkland Blankingship & Keith PC, Fairfax Title: Principal Other legal specialties: Commercial litigation Education: Bachelor’s degree, Harding University; law degree, George Mason University Spouse: Joshua B. Isaacs Children: Daughter Norah, 6 months
Former executive sues New Peoples Bank for discrimination
Ex-VP Mary Trigiani characterizes bank's culture as evangelical Christian 'cult'
Mary Trigiani, a marketing consultant and native of Big Stone Gap, has sued Russell County-based New Peoples Bank for discrimination and wrongful termination. She was employed as senior vice president
Northam signs LGBTQ protections into law
Virginia Values Act protects against discrimination in housing, employment, public spaces and credit applications.
Gov. Ralph Northam announced Saturday that he has signed the Virginia Values Act into law, making Virginia the first Southern state to pass sweeping anti-discrimination laws protecting the LGBTQ community.
Could Democratic General Assembly repeal Va.’s right-to-work laws?
Right-to-work backers say repeal would harm Virginia's economic development efforts
Buoyed by the Virginia legislature’s new Democratic majority, bills to repeal Virginia’s right-to-work laws have the greatest chance of making it to the governor’s desk in a generation, predict political