Newport News, VA asked in Employment Law, Arbitration / Mediation Law, Business Law and Civil Litigation for Virginia

Q: SB123/HB838,Va,1,Exec.VP co hq in fl.offense,jury trial in Va.settlement offer.terms were prejudiced.

Company offered a one sided settlement agreement. I can't honor terms due to active Anti-Retaliation Unit NCIT Certified Investigator Virginia doing his due diligence. I have ADA OWBPA ADEA eligible concerns/pandemic restrictions. Jury trial set for 07/22/2021.I am a registered corporate entity as well as an aggrieved former tenured employee forced to resign under the circumstances due to Intermittent Explosive Disorder in relation to the situation.The settlement attorney as well as the Exec.VP both represent the Company's best interest,and as I understand it they could potentially be liable under the precedent of ARIAS VS RAIMONDO by virtue of their professional duties and positions relative to the Company’s. Company would qualify as a "knowing "employer under SB123/HB838 of the Virginia Wage Theft Law,which has both criminal and civil penalties attached to the contention.Pro Se plaintiff under duress, protest, with reservations, and extreme prejudice,under pandemic constraints,etc.

1 Lawyer Answer
F. Paul Maloof
F. Paul Maloof
  • Alexandria, VA
  • Licensed in Virginia

A: I regret that I do not handle employment law matters. Sorry.

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