Aaron D. Siegrist
Pierce / McCoy
313 East Broad St
Richmond, VA 23219
Tel: +1 (757) 624-9323
Aaron’s counselling practice covers a full range of labor and employment issues, including regulatory compliance, proper classification of independent contractors, drafting and revising employment contracts and executive employment agreements, executive compensation, WARN Act compliance, corporate restructurings, reductions in force, and other matters. He also regularly conducts due diligence in connection with sales, purchases, mergers, and acquisitions for businesses of varying sizes and structures across a number of industries. In this capacity, he works closely with Pierce / McCoy’s Corporate and Capital Raising practice groups.
Aaron’s litigation practice is composed of both traditional employment litigation (e.g. discrimination, harassment, disability accommodations, wage and hour claims) and litigation concerning related areas of law, including corporate governance, breach of contract, business conspiracy, tortious interference with contracts and business expectancies, intellectual property and trade secret protections, and the enforcement of restrictive covenants, including covenants not to compete, non-solicitation restrictions, and non-disclosure agreements.
The Labor and Employment division of Pierce / McCoy is dedicated to representing and advising employees and employers in a diverse range of industries facing all types of situations in the workplace.
With offices in Norfolk, Richmond, New York and Austin, our law firm combines meticulous, results-oriented representation with close, personal attention across the country. This combination has allowed our Pierce McCoy attorneys to successfully represent many clients over our firm’s history. We represent clients facing:
- Discrimination and retaliation in the workplace.
- Who are facing investigation involving complex issues and/or circumstances.
- Who need advice in connection with an employment contract or proposed separation agreement.
- Who need an exit strategy from their current place of employment.
We routinely represent federal employees at all levels in the command hierarchy in a wide variety of matters, ranging from highly complex and sensitive matters to straightforward claims of unlawful harassment.