Much of Mr. Nagle’s time is devoted to counseling employers with respect to personnel policies and practices, in an effort to ensure awareness of and compliance with applicable employment laws, in order to avoid the disruption, expense and uncertainty of litigation. To that end, he assists employers in developing and implementing employee handbooks, employment contracts, restrictive covenants, and arbitration programs, and provides management training.
Mr. Nagle is a Lecturer at the University of Virginia School of Law. where he teaches Labor Law. He has taught classes on employment law at the University of Richmond Management Institute and the Medical College of Virginia School of Health Administration, and has given approximately 300 presentations around the country to a wide range of professional, trade, civic and academic audiences. He was the editor of the Virginia Employment Law Letter (2003-2006), published several articles on employment topics, and authored a weekly column on employment law topics in the Richmond Times-Dispatch for several years. He is on the American Arbitration Association’s Panel of Arbitrators for employment cases, and served on the Executive Council of the Labor Relations and Employment Law section of the Virginia Bar Association.
Mr. Nagle has received recognition from his peers, in his selection as a Fellow of The College of Labor & Employment Lawyers, his listing in "The Best Lawyers in America" as well as in "Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business." He has been selected as one of the “Legal Elite” for each of the six years that Virginia Business magazine has published such a list, and was first among employment lawyers in Richmond magazine’s “Top Lawyers” rankings.