In the Media: Attorney Andrea Downing on Non-Disclosure Agreements in Sexual Harassment Cases
Published December 4, 2017 by
In the age of the #MeToo Movement, with the firings of powerful men after disclosures of misconduct, Salon.com looks at the role of non-disclosure agreements in sexual harassment cases.
The esteemed publication turns to employment attorney Andrea Downing on insights into how NDAs ...
What are the Grounds for Divorce in Virginia? – FAQ Friday
Published December 15, 2017 by
It’s a question family law attorney Rebecca Wade gets all the time: What are the grounds for divorce in Virginia? In this week’s FAQ Friday, Wade explains the difference between fault-based divorce and no-fault divorce.
In a fault-based divorce, the spouse filing has to prov...
How to Restore Your Second Amendment Rights – FAQ Friday
Published December 22, 2017 by
Many Americans value and take pride in their Second Amendment rights. So it’s not surprising that many individuals who lose their gun rights due to a past conviction want to get them restored. On this week’s FAQ Friday, attorney Rebecca Wade weighs in on how to restore your S...
¿Cómo Hacer Una Solicitud Para Limpiar Su Archivo Criminal? – El Viernes FAQ
Published December 29, 2017 by
Ser acusado de un delito puede tener efectos negativos significativos. Como explica Rebecca Wade, abogada de , tener antecedentes penales puede hacer que el proceso para una solicitud de empleo o escuela sea más difícil. Por eso es importante conocer s...
Gretchyn Meinken Named “Legal Elite” by Virginia Business Magazine
Published on January 2, 2018
Wade, Grimes, Friedman, Meinken & Leischner, PLLC is pleased to announce that attorney Gretchyn G. Meinken has been named a magazine. Meinken is listed in the Young Lawyer (under 40) group.
Virginia Business publishes the Legal Elite list annually in collaboration with the Vir...
Invoking Your Right to Remain Silent – FAQ Friday
Published January 5, 2018 by
Everyone’s heard the TV-popularized phrase: “You have the right to remain silent”. It’s the Miranda rights statement, intended to prevent self-incrimination that says you are not required to speak with law enforcement if arrested. ...