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Alexandria, VA

1800 Diagonal Road
Suite 325
Alexandria, VA 22314

The Stites & Harbison office in Alexandria is the result of the January 2004 combination with the intellectual property boutique of Larson & Taylor, which traces its own roots back to 1954.

Fax: 703-739-9577
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Stites & Harbison Earns 2024 Top 10 Listing in Patent Lawyer Magazine

The Patent Lawyer Magazine has named Stites & Harbison, PLLC to the 2024 Top 10 Patent Firms and IP Practices in North America – South list. This is the firm’s third year being honored.

by Stites & Harbison, PLLC May 10, 2024
Client Alerts

Department of Labor and the Fair Labor Standards Act Exempt Salary Threshold Increase

On April 23, 2024, the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) issued its final rule raising the exempt classification minimum salary threshold. The change is effective beginning July 1, 2024. In addition, the salary threshold for highly compensated employees will raise as well. Finally, the rule also sets automatic increases every three years starting in January 2027. The final rule raises the minimum salary threshold to $844 per week, up from $684 per week. The next increase to $1,128 per week would be on January 1, 2025. For highly compensated employees the minimum threshold increases to $132,964 on July 1, 2024, with the next salary increase to $151,164 becoming effective January 1, 2025. Employment attorney Shannon Hamilton takes a look at the rule in this Stites & Harbison Client Alert.

by Shannon Antle Hamilton May 01, 2024
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Carol Dan Browning Appointed Chair of Pharmaceuticals & Medical Devices Litigation Group

Stites & Harbison, PLLC recently appointed Stites & Harbison, PLLC attorney Carol Dan Browning as Chair of the firm’s Pharmaceuticals & Medical Devices Litigation Group.

by Stites & Harbison, PLLC April 29, 2024
Client Alerts

FTC Issues Final Rule Banning Non-Compete Agreements; Legal Challenges Have Already Begun

On April 23, 2024, the FTC issued its final rule banning employers’ use of non-compete agreements. The rule is broad, applying nationwide and to all non-compete agreements, with a few narrow exceptions. The ban has not gone into effect—it’s scheduled to go into effect 120 days after being published in the Federal Register—and legal challenges have already been filed. Robin McGuffin and Zac Losey take a look at the new rule in this Stites & Harbison Client Alert.

by Robin E. McGuffin and Zachary Losey (Zac) April 25, 2024