As part of his employment practice, Chase consults with employers on compliance with state and federal law. He also defends employers in state and federal court against various claims of discrimination including retaliation, harassment, whistle-blower and wrongful termination.
As part of his higher education practice, Chase consults with colleges and universities on higher education law. His practice often involves investigations by the Office of Civil Rights, student grievances, the Americans with Disabilities Act and other complex areas unique to educational institutions.
Articles & Presentations
•Author, Protecting Your Business: The Basics of Non-Compete Agreements, Orlando Business Journal’s Consult the Counsel, June 29, 2018
•Co-Author, Cost of Convenience for the Grocery Industry: On-Demand Grocery Delivery Service Presents Possible Legal Ramifications, November 2017
•Rumberger, Kirk & Caldwell Names Three New Partners in Orlando, Tampa and Birmingham Offices
•Protecting Your Business: The Basics of Non-Compete Agreements
•Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Employers in Class Action Arbitration Cases
•Cost of Convenience for the Grocery Industry: On-Demand Grocery Delivery Service Presents Possible Legal Ramifications
•Department of Labor Changes of Great Concern to Employers
Beyond My Bio
•Getting to Know Chase Hattaway
•First Trial: Cultivating Our Future Litigators Through Mentoring
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