Category Archives: Virginia

Category Archives: Virginia

Opportunity to Thrive with a Growing Team

Chadwick, Washington, Moriarty, Elmore & Bunn P.C. is seeking a full-time Virginia licensed attorney with 2 – 5 years’ experience to join its growing Richmond/Glen Allen, VA office. Position requires excellent academic credentials, strong interpersonal and time management skills, dedication, ability to work as part of a team and the desire to work directly with […]

The Most Important Thing Any Association Does

By Brad M. Barna I will often ask clients what they think is the most important thing that common interest community associations do. Many will say maintaining desirability via maintenance of common areas. Others will say the provision of amenities is most important or that the protection of a common aesthetic by regulating architectural design […]

Virginia Governor Announces Tighter COVID Requirements

Posted November 13, 2020 Virginia Governor Ralph Northam released new, stricter COVID guidelines for Virginia, in response to the growing number of coronavirus infections in Virginia and nationwide.  The new guidelines are effective on midnight on November 15 and include a limit of 25 individuals for in-person gatherings, an expanded mask mandate, on-site alcohol curfews, and […]

Alexandria City’s Face Mask Requirement: More Stringent than Governor’s Order

Is your community association located in the City of Alexandria in Virginia?  Effective October 1st, Alexandria imposed its own face covering requirement that is more stringent than the Governor’s Executive Order (EO-63). With a few exceptions, Alexandria’s new law requires individuals age 11 and older to wear a proper face covering in places that are […]

Virginia Adopts COVID-related Workplace Safety Standards

On July 15th, the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry adopted a first-of-its-kind statewide “Emergency Temporary Standard” for workplace safety during the COVID-related public health emergency.  These mandatory state regulations (referred to as the “ETS”) became effective as of July 27, 2020 and will remain in effect for six months (or upon expiration of the […]

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