Steven J. DiBeneditto Jr.

Steven J. DiBeneditto Jr. Attorney Labor Law Hunton Andrews Kurth
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Professional Biography

As an associate on the labor and employment team, Steven’s practice focuses on advice and counseling matters, litigation, and workplace safety in the labor, employment, pandemic preparedness and compliance space.

Steven has experience navigating state and local government through employment litigation and compliance issues, and labor-management relations. He is also knowledgeable about pandemic-related issues, such as creating COVID-19 employer policies, advising on pandemic response preparation and implementation at the outset of a pandemic, analyzing state and local executive and legislative actions to ensure proper compliance and enforcement, and developing policies to fulfill the requirements imposed by state workplace safety laws.

Steven has extensive experience representing and counseling 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, wage/hour, retaliation, FMLA, ADA, Title VII, and WARN Act. Recently, Steven has provided nationwide counseling on a variety of topics including Fair Labor Standards Act requirements related to COVID-19 testing, background check requirements under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, successor liability issues under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, Reasonable Accommodations under Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act, and wage and hour considerations related to employee compensation plans.

Since joining the firm, Steven has provided litigation support in a variety of complex cases in federal and state court, including cases under Title IX, the Virginia Fraud Against the Taxpayer Act (VFATA), single employee discrimination lawsuits under federal law, and complex federal commercial litigation and class action litigation under the Fair Credit Reporting Act. And prior to joining the firm, Steven defended local government employers in federal court and before administrative agencies against allegations of violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Title VII, Section 1981, and Section 1983.

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