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About Virginia & Ambinder LLP

Virginia & Ambinder LLP is full service law practice committed to the representation of workers, employees, labor unions, and employee benefits plans. For over twenty years, V&A has made it their mission to assist employees who have been underpaid or mistreated in the workplace. Have a question about your rights as an employee? Small business looking for advice? Reach out to us here.

It Pays to Pay: 3 Reasons Why Employers Benefit from Paying Interns

Every year, thousands of aspiring young professionals find work through internship programs hoping to gain valuable experience and meet potential contacts for future employment. Potential employers assume that offering unpaid internships will be a real money-saver, however, paying interns can save even more in the long-term.

Independent Contractor v. Employee: Knowing the Difference

Questions about your legal rights at work? Contact our sponsor Virginia & Ambinder here. Their help is free and confidential.
So you just landed a new gig and your employer told you that you’re working as an independent contractor, not an employee. While you might not think much about it at the

Can Academic Credit Replace a Paycheck? 3 Myths About Unpaid Internships

Questions about your legal rights at work? Contact our sponsor Virginia & Ambinder here. Their help is free and confidential.
It’s that time of year again—the time when thousands of aspiring young professionals take a shot at their dreams by working full-time at a summer internship, many of them unpaid. It is the