Wolcott Rivers Gates shares the concerns of our region as the COVID-19 outbreak continues to develop in Virginia. Our firm remains dedicated to supporting our clients and friends through these trying times. We have implemented measures that allow us to continue to provide the level of service our clients expect, while at the same time taking every possible precaution to ensure the health and safety of our clients and colleagues.

We know this unprecedented situation will present new hardships and legal challenges for individuals and businesses alike. With that in mind, our attorneys will provide timely updates on legal issues impacted by COVID-19. You can get these updates by following us on Facebook, LinkedIn, the blog section of our website, or by emailing info@wolriv.com and ask to be added to our mailing list.

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COVID-19 For Business Owners - Executive Summary
As of April 2nd, most employers must provide paid sick leave of up to 80 hours for COVID–19 related leave. The maximum amount required is the lesser of a staff member’s regular pay or $511 a day under the following circumstances: If the employee is unable to work due to a quarantine order. Due to...
The Virginia Habitual Drunkard Law is Unconstitutional, But You Were Just Interdicted
The City of Virginia Beach has far surpassed any other jurisdiction in creating these ‘habitual drunkards’. It seems the Tidewater area is trying to take the prize for greatest number of interdicted persons established through the “untouched” portion of this despised law. Hampton Roads cities...
Planning and/or Managing a Major Event? A Lawyer Can Help!
Are you planning a 5k? Craft beer festival? How about the neighborhood holiday party? Or maybe you’ve just set out on your career as an event planner? You are not alone. Businesses, charities, and even individuals often plan events both big and small. And, as you already know, many things...