101 West Main Street, Suite 101, Norfolk, VA

Are you an employee and in need of advice?

PROTECTING THE RIGHTS OF EMPLOYEES

How We Can Help You

The Labor and Employment division of Pierce / McCoy is dedicated to protecting Virginia workers’ rights in Norfolk, Richmond, Virginia Beach and throughout Virginia. Our Virginia employment attorneys know just how difficult it can be to stand up to an employer’s unjust or illegal actions. Whether you have been wrongfully terminated, sexually harassed, or the wheels have been placed in motion to remove you from your federal or private sector job, our firm aims to level the playing field between workers and employers. We will carefully guide you through the legal process and vigorously advocate for your rights every step of the way.

Our job is to protect yours. Our Virginia employment lawyers have the knowledge and experience necessary to represent workers in a diverse scope of employment law matters.

We are a skilled legal team of Virginia employment lawyers that knows what it takes to achieve success for our clients for both federal and Virginia labor law cases – dedication, focus and exceptional legal representation at every stage of game.

The Labor and Employment division of Pierce / McCoy believes in doing things the right way. This means our workplace attorneys will meticulously prepare your case and provide you with personalized service throughout the entire course of our representation. We are a highly focused team, and we are selective about the cases that we take on. This ensures every legal matter at our firm receives the time and attention it – and you – deserves. We know that you are counting on us and we are prepared to put forth our best effort to secure a winning result in your case.

WHY CHOOSE PIERCE / MCCOY

Our Philosophy

THE BIG IDEA

The Labor and Employment division of Pierce / McCoy believes in changing the legal industry. This means we act as part of our client's team in an “outsourced general counsel” role. With lower overhead and a smaller administrative staff we focus on long-term client relationships.

FOCUSED PRACTICE

The Labor and Employment division of Pierce / McCoy attorneys dedicate our firm’s knowledge and resources to guiding our clients’ through the numerous bodies of law implicated by their objectives and hurdles.

COMMUNITY INVESTMENT

The Labor and Employment division of Pierce / McCoy supports various non-profits and faith based ministries as well as offers an additional week of vacation to its attorneys who participate in a missions or service trip.
ABOUT US

Who We Are

Experience You Need. Results You Want.

The Labor and Employment division of Pierce / McCoy is dedicated to protecting Virginia workers’ rights in Norfolk, Richmond, Virginia Beach and throughout Virginia. Our Virginia employment attorneys know just how difficult it can be to stand up to an employer’s unjust or illegal actions. Whether you have been wrongfully terminated, sexually harassed, or the wheels have been placed in motion to remove you from your federal or private sector job, our firm aims to level the playing field between workers and employers. We will carefully guide you through the legal process and vigorously advocate for your rights every step of the way.

OUR TEAM

Meet Our Attorneys

TESTIMONIALS

What Our Clients Say

– James Cain

When I thought I had no options, they came up with one and it worked.

– Albert Brennell

Josh is very intelligent and comes across with knowledge of the law, that wasn’t questionable at our time in court when it counted the most.

– Eboni Ricks

Josh and Brittany are more than just lawyers to us. They have been a blessing to our family. We strongly recommend them to anyone. They are the best!

– Mike Peck

Josh made a difficult situation bearable, and gave me the courage to fight back against a major national corporation.

FROM THE BLOG

Latest Articles

26 Mar: What are an Employer’s Legal Obligations to Provide Paid Leave under the new COVID-19 Leave Laws?

With the recent passing of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”), Congress has expanded the coverage and application of the Family Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) through the Emergency Family Medical Leave Expansion Act (“EFMLEA”). Additionally, Congress created the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act (“EPSLA”), which imposes a federal requirement for employers to provide paid…

17 Jan: What You Need to Know About Death in Family Leave

The death of a family member can be hard to endure. Employers usually offer bereavement leave to employees who have lost a loved one. The death in family leave can be used for making funeral plans, attending the burial, and managing the estate. Giving workers time to recover from the loss can help to promote…

17 Jan: How to Fill Out Paid Family Leave Form

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HELPING WHERE IT COUNTS

Areas Served

Based in Norfolk and Richmond, serving working men and women across the region, The Labor and Employment division of Pierce / McCoy offers skilled legal representation in employment litigation. Our attorneys are ready to take efficient, decisive action for our clients in a broad range of employment cases.

WE ARE HERE TO FIGHT FOR YOU

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