Charity Price partners with her clients to develop innovative and strategic solutions on a wide range of employment law issues with a focus on achieving client goals and minimizing risks. Her practice spans the full range of labor and employment issues, including representation of clients in court and administrative hearings concerning Title VII, ADA, FMLA, wage and hour, and unemployment compensation. Charity regularly prepares and reviews policies and procedures, as well as negotiates and drafts agreements related to executive employment, consulting, confidentiality, restrictive covenants, and severance.
Charity is a contributing author to Labor and Employment Law Cocktail, a regular reporting of labor and employment law with a focus on national news and developments in Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C.
Charity received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Wellesley College before receiving her law degree from The George Washington University. While in law school she worked as a consultant for a small government contractor where she handled the procurement of trademark registrations. Charity also worked in the District of Columbia Public Defender's Office where she participated in defense litigation.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Charity M. Price