Oct. 8th, 2021: 8:00 am- 5:00 pm
Vanderpool, Frostick & Nishanian P.C. in collaboration with Prince William SHRM will host our 10th annual Employment Law Summit, Level up: HR as the game changer. The Summit offers an easy and affordable way to summarize and highlight the most up-to-date information employers need to know to identify issues currently impacting their workforce and organization.
Speakers will include VF&N’s very own Kristina Spitler with special guests:
Mindy Weinstein, Director of the EEOC Washington Field Office
Shernita Rochelle Parker, George Mason University Director of Organizational Development, Learning and Coaching
Mauricio Velasquez, Diversity Training Group
Rachel Druckenmiller, Founder and CEO UNMUTED
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Kristina Keech Spitler, Esq. is a shareholder at Vanderpool, Frostick & Nishanian, P.C. and has been practicing law for thirty years. With a background as a civil litigator and former prosecutor, as well as experience with employment, business, corporate, real estate, zoning, and municipal law, Ms. Spitler uses her extensive experience and knowledge to partner with her clients to understand their legal and business needs and provide innovative solutions that are specific to each client. Ms. Spitler focuses on Employment Law, Civil Litigation, Business/Corporate Law, and Municipal Law including matters relating to hiring and firing, breach of agreements, non-compete and restrictive covenant agreements, discrimination, disabilities and accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act, Fair Labor Standards Act (wage and hour law), Family Medical Leave Act, and defamation. In addition, her practice includes drafting and updating handbooks and policy manuals, management and employee training, and drafting executive, independent contractor, and severance agreements.
Ms. Spitler is a highly rated speaker and trainer on the topic of Employment Law issues. In addition to speaking at conferences and conducting training sessions for businesses, she has been a featured speaker on employment law issues on WUSA Channel 9 News and has served as a resource and quoted in Workforce Management Magazine.
Ms. Spitler has been recognized as one of Virginia’s “Go To Employment Lawyers” by Virginia Lawyers Weekly, “Most Influential Women” and a “Leader in the Law” by Virginia Lawyers Media, and as “Legal Elite” in Labor/Employment Law from Virginia Business Magazine. She has also received the AV Preeminent rating, Martindale-Hubbell’s highest professional achievement.