George Koliopoulos advises clients on a broad range of labor and employment matters, including Title VII, age discrimination, fair labor standards, family and medical leave, the WARN Act, wrongful discharge and restrictive covenants. George helps develop and manage company policies, employment contracts, employment handbooks, terminations and reduction in force plans and executive employment agreements.

George Koliopoulos advises clients on a broad range of labor and employment matters, including Title VII, age discrimination, fair labor standards, family and medical leave, the WARN Act, wrongful discharge and restrictive covenants. George helps develop and manage company policies, employment contracts, employment handbooks, terminations and reduction in force plans and executive employment agreements.

He counsels employers on Americans with Disabilities Act matters, including those involving disability accommodations, building and facility access and defense of discrimination claims. He also provides advice and counseling regarding the Fair Labor Standards Act and Title VII, and he advises employers on the requirements of the Family Medical Leave Act, the National Labor Relations Act and the Fair Credit Reporting Act. George also helps companies prepare and enforce confidentiality, non-disclosure, non-competition, trade secret and other restrictive agreements and policies to mitigate risks associated with employee mobility.

For clients seeking help navigating commercial litigation, including business and employment tort litigation, George provides counsel from the pre-filing stage through settlement negotiations and trial. He represents clients in litigation matters in Virginia state court, including regulatory proceedings, investigations, and administrative matters.

George is fluent in Greek, which enables him to assist Greek companies operating in the U.S.

He earned his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Richmond School of Law, where he was the vice president of the Student Bar Association and a member of the Client Counseling & Negotiation Executive Board. He earned both his Master’s Degree in international commerce and policy and his Bachelor of Arts degree from George Mason University.