Civil Rights

Summary of Virginia Whistleblower laws

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Does Virginia have “Whistle-Blower” protection? Yes. An employee of Virginia state or local governments have protection against retaliation or discipline for making or being about to report on the wrongdoing or abuse of one of the employee’s supervisors or an agent of the employer or an appropriate authority under Virginia Code § 2.2-3009, et seq., […]

Civil Rights

Andrew Bodoh – Media Profile

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MEDIA PROFILE Andrew T. Bodoh, Esq. Senior Associate with Thomas H. Roberts & Associates, P.C. 804-783-2000 x 110 andrew.bodoh@robertslaw.org     Andrew Bodoh is a senior partner in the Richmond, Virginia office of Thomas H. Roberts & Associates, P.C., a litigation law firm with extensive experience in civil rights, FOIA, 1st Amendment, 4th Amendment and […]

Civil Rights

FOIA – a matter of transparency

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FOIA – Freedom of Information Act – is intended to provide citizens transparency to view the actions of the public servants employed by them. Attorney Andrew Bodoh is an expert on Virginia’s FOIA law, and is often called as an expert to provide comments related to FOIA issues. In an article dated 1/21/2016 by The […]

Civil Rights

Virginia FOIA Law Firm

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Virginia FOIA Lawyer – Andrew T. Bodoh  Virginia’s Freedom of Information Act (“FOIA”) Law Firm   Thomas H. Roberts & Associates, PC and attorney Andrew T. Bodoh have developed a niche in litigating cases under the Virginia Freedom of Information Act (Va. Code § 2.2-3700 et seq.)   FOIA lawyer Andrew T. Bodoh is skilled in […]