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Associate, New York
Vi Vu’s practice focuses on employment litigation and counseling. Vi represents management in employment litigations and provides counseling in all areas of labor and employment law, including compliance with anti-discrimination, family and medical leave, and wage and hour laws; workplace policies; restructurings and employee terminations; non-compete agreements; employment contracts; and employment aspects of corporate transactions. Vi has litigated in state and federal courts and appeared before various state and federal agencies, including the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
Vi also conducts seminars and compliance trainings for supervisory personnel and human resources professionals on topics such as workplace policies, developments in labor and employment law, and employment issues relating to social media.
While in law school, Vi was the Articles Editor for the Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy and Managing Editor for the Legal Information Institute Supreme Court Bulletin. Vi also represented low-income clients at the Stanford Community Law Clinic and taught English in Vietnam.
30 APRIL 2013
Legal Developments and Social Media and the Workplace
29 JUNE 2012
"Social Media and the NLRB: Case Studies"
29 MARCH 2011
"New York Wage Theft Prevention Act CLE Breakfast Seminar"
Hogan Lovells Publications
23 October 2013
"Indefinite Leave Not Reasonable Accommodation Under New York State Law, But May Be Required Under Broader City Law." Employment Alert, Hogan Lovells
10 October 2012
"New Jersey enacts new posting and employee notice requirements, effective 21 November 2012." Employment Alert, Hogan Lovells
13 June 2012
"NLRB’s newest report scrutinizes social media policies and provides a sample lawful policy." Employment Alert, Hogan Lovells
23 February 2011
"New wage law expands notice obligations and increases penalties for New York employers." Employment Alert, Hogan Lovells
PUBLISHED WORKS PRIOR TO JOINING THE FIRM
"Town of Castle Rock v. Gonzales: A Hindrance in Domestic Violence Policy Reform and Victory for the Institution of Male Dominance," 9 The Scholar: St. Mary's Law Review on Minority Issues 87. 2006