The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will create an estimated 800,000 good-paying jobs that will expand the middle class, revitalize our nation’s transportation, communications and utilities systems and build a more resilient, reliable, and environmentally sound future.

Recent changes in Virginia marijuana laws impact job applicants, employees, and employers.  Virginia has decriminalized simple marijuana possession and is seeking to ensure workers are not harmed by past convictions. If you are an employer looking to refine your workplace policies, or if you or a family member have been denied employment or educational opportunities because of a marijuana charge, we can help.

Last week, the Supreme Court blocked the federal mandate requiring workers employed by private businesses with 100 or more employees to receive the COVID-19 vaccination series or submit weekly negative COVID tests to enter the workplace.

The CDC issued new guidance regarding quarantine times after a confirmed exposure or positive test for COVID.  The guidance is based on research that shows an infected person is most contagious 1 to 2 days prior to the onset of symptoms and 2 to 3 days after.

CoVA BIZ magazine named Ann K. Sullivan as one of Coastal Virginia’s “Top Lawyers” for 2022.  Recognized for her expertise in employment law, Ms. Sullivan was interviewed for the magazine’s cover article about COVID’s impact on the workplace and best practices for employers.

Babcock & Moore and Sullivan Law Group are excited to announce that they have merged their talents, experience, and creativity into one law firm. This alliance continues both firm’s tradition of being women-owned and women-led.

Babcock & Moore, PLC is proud to announce that Ann K. Sullivan has been selected as the 2022 “Lawyer of the Year” for Employment Law – Individuals in Norfolk by Best Lawyers. Based upon peer reviews, the “Lawyer of the Year” designation is reserved…

A new vaccine mandate announced by the Biden Administration applies to private (non-government) employees who work on-site at federal facilities.  The mandate requires that all federal employees and on-site contractor employees…

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