April 12, 2021

Volume XI, Number 102

Susan F. Wiltsie

Susan’s practice focuses on labor, employment and OSHA compliance, litigation and defense.

Susan’s practice includes comprehensive OSHA/MSHA representation of employers across all industry sectors. Her OSHA/MSHA practice includes compliance assistance, training, citation defense, participation in rulemaking, appellate administrative litigation, whistleblower cases, creation/oversight of PSM/RMP and general OSHA audit programs, and fatality/serious injury accident investigation.

Susan has 30 years of experience representing employers in all aspects of the employer-employee relationship including discrimination, harassment, whistleblower, tort claims, contract claims, defamation, wrongful discharge, trade secret, covenants not to compete, duty of loyalty, wage/hour, retaliation, FMLA, ADA, and WARN Act. She has particularly broad experience regarding medical issues in the workplace, with a keen understanding of the interplay between federal/state family and medical leave laws, federal/state disability laws, state/local sick pay laws, OSHA and workers’ compensation. She advises regarding the management of infectious disease and contamination in the workplace. Her experience extends to representation of employers with unionized workforces including a substantial number of collective bargaining, labor arbitration and unfair labor practice matters and advice relating to contract compliance and grievance handling. She has handled a significant number of large and small reductions in force and voluntary retirement programs.

Susan has been admitted to practice in the Virginia state courts, Eastern and Western Federal District Courts of Virginia, District of Columbia Superior Court, District of Columbia Federal District Court, Federal District Court of Maryland, Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, and the US Supreme Court. She has represented employers in employment and/or OSHA/MSHA litigation in almost every state in the continental United States.

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Articles in the National Law Review database by Susan F. Wiltsie

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