Dudley Woody represents management and provides training in all aspects of labor and employment law, including the Americans with Disabilities Act and Family and Medical Leave Act, HIPAA, OSHA, sexual harassment, and union-free management. Dudley has practiced labor and employment law with Woods Rogers for more than 25 years. He is a regular contributor at the annual Woods Rogers Labor and Employment Seminar series. In addition, Dudley works with real estate clients and has experience representing homeowners associations.
He graduated summa cum laude from Roanoke College and received his law degree from the University of Virginia. Prior to joining the firm he served as a law clerk in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia for the Honorable Ted Dalton. He is recognized by Best Lawyers in America and received a BV Distinguished® Rating from Martindale-Hubbell.
He is a past national president of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, past president of Blue Ridge Literacy and is active in the Society for Human Resource Management.
Roanoke Bar Association
Virginia State Bar
Virginia Bar Association
Blue Ridge Literacy Volunteers
Phi Kappa Phi Fraternity
Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)—National, Blue Ridge, and Roanoke Chapters
Franklin County (VA) Human Resources Association
- OSHA Targets More Employers for SST-16 Comprehensive Inspections – Nov. 11, 2018
- Not So Happy New Year: OSHA Penalties Up to Adjust for Inflation – Jan. 3, 2018
- Good News? OSHA Extends Deadline for Electronic Submission of Injury and Illness Summaries – May 19, 2017
- Ready or Not, OSHA Focuses in on Healthcare – July 10, 2015
- The New FLSA Regulations: Ready to DOUBLE YOUR FUN (and the exempt salary)? – June 30, 2017
- Final Rule Issues for OHSA Reporting Requirements – April 1, 2015
- EEOC Suffers Setback on Credit Check Bias Case – April 30, 2014
- OSHA to Require Electronic Reporting of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses – Dec. 5, 2013
Annual Labor and Employment Seminars:
- Office Romance Ahead: Walking the Tightrope (2014)
- Strange Case of the NLRB, DOL and EEOC: Jekyll or Hyde? (2013)
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