All Employment Matters

Richmond employment attorney D. Scott Gordon provides experienced representation and counsel to individuals and small businesses in all types of employment related matters, including:

  • Wrongful Termination
  • Overtime Wages
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Race and Gender Discrimination
  • Age Discrimination
  • Disability Discrimination
  • Retaliation
  • Government Employee Grievances
  • Severance Agreements
  • Non-Competition Agreements
  • Unemployment Benefits
  • Family Medical Leave (FMLA)
  • Professional License Complaints

Social Security Disability Benefits, Insurance and Workers' Compensation Claims


Richmond attorney D. Scott Gordon represents workers who have been injured on the job or have been denied disability benefits, including claims for:

  • Social Security Disability
  • SSI Benefits
  • Workers' Compensation Benefits
  • ERISA - Long-term Disability Insurance Policies
  • Virginia Retirement Disability (VRS)
  • Federal Retirement Disability


Employment Law News Blog



July 2019

Can Your Employer Avoid Overtime Payments By Utilizing Adjustable Pay Schemes?

Can False Rumors Serve as the Basis for Claims of Title VII Sexual Harassment?

Is an Employee Entitled to be Reinstated to the Same position Following FMLA Leave?

Are Managers Who Investigate Discrimination Protected from Retaliation?

EEOC Conciliation Obligations to be Decided by Supreme Court


Social Security Disability Blog


Rev. 7/17/2019



If you would like to speak directly with attorney D. Scott Gordon to discuss your employment or disability related concerns, call 440-6557 to schedule an appointment for an initial consultation.

  • You will meet directly with attorney D. Scott Gordon, not an inexperienced associate attorney or a paralegal.
  • You will receive an informative, direct and objective evaluation of your claims, legal rights and opportunities.
  • You will receive practical advice and counsel from an attorney that has over 20 years of experience in the daily practice of employment law.