Some of the most significant changes to Virginia landlord-tenant law in years became effective in the second half of 2017. If you are a landlord that rents three or fewer units, or a tenant that rents from such a landlord, you are most affected. James L. Johnson of Wharton Aldhizer & Weaver PLC further explains the potential impact of these changes in this article.
“A violation here, a violation there, now OSHA can abate everywhere?”
A recent ALJ ruling in an OSHA case may signal a significant increase in OSHA’s attempts to enforce standards at locations they have not even inspected. In Secretary of Labor v. Central Transport, LLC (available here), OSHA filed a complaint requesting “enterprise-wide abatement”.
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