Joshua Treece is an attorney in Woods Rogers’ Labor and Employment, Litigation, and Intellectual Property groups. He focuses his labor and employment practice on issues related to discrimination, E-Verify, I-9 compliance, harassment, healthcare reform, and unfair competition. His litigation practice concentrates on business torts, contract disputes, and intellectual property disputes.
Josh, a North Carolina native, graduated magna cum laude from Appalachian State University, where he was nominated for the Outstanding/Distinguished Senior Award. During law school at the College of William & Mary, he worked for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Materials Litigation and Enforcement Division in Rockville, Md. Throughout his second year of law school, Josh clerked for the Hon. F. Bradford Stillman, U.S. Magistrate Judge for the Eastern District of Virginia.
Before attending law school, Josh served as a law clerk with the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of the United States Trustee in Atlanta and spent four years as an investigator with a South Carolina firm.
American Bar Association
Roanoke Bar Association
Virginia State Bar
Virginia Bar Association
Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys
Journal of Civil Litigation—Board of Editors
Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)—National and Roanoke Valley Chapters
- ACA E-Alert: Dramatic Supreme Court Ruling on Affordable Care Act: Individuals Get Subsidies; Employers Get Penalties
- NLRB E-Alert: Unionized or Not, You Should Be Concerned About These Board Decisions
- Labor and Employment Seminar: Final Regulation on the Employer “Pay or Play” Mandate
In the News:
Josh Treece quoted in The Roanoke Times, “Some Roanoke-Area Employers Face Insurance Mandate”
- Federal Bar Association Roanoke Chapter “Affordable Care Act” presentation (2015)
Annual Labor and Employment Seminars:
- Take Care of Your Employees and Your Business (2014)
- Immigration: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You (2013)
- Face Your Fears: ACA is Here! (2013)
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