We are delighted to share that The Geller Law Group was named to the Forbes Magazine list of top telework companies and recognized as a leader in remote work. Read the storyRead More
Just past 9:30 on a Wednesday morning in March, after she drove 20 minutes to drop her son, Jack, off at preschool, after she trekked back for an hour across the Washington metro area into Fairfax, Va., for work, and long, long after she answered her first email, Maria Simon sat in a windowless conference room weighing the odds that she would be able to make a party in Jack’s class two days hence. Ms. Simon was determined to attend, but the party was at 12:30 p.m. and she knew it would monopolize her afternoon. “Once he sees me, I can’t leave,” she said. “I’m going to have a sugared-up kid.” Read more in the New York...Read More
On Saturday, April 24th, Rebecca Geller appeared on The Reality of Real Estate with Jennifer Hammond. Below is the audio. Part 1: http://thegellerlawgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Jennifer-Hammond-04-18-15-Seg-2.mp3 Part 2:...Read More
“Each mother should be able to make a decision about what’s right for her child, and it is important that the law respects a mom’s choices in feeding a child.”Read More
Geller Law Group featured in Washington Post for leadership on passage of breastfeeding bill in VARead More
Governor McAuliffe has signed the legislation and it will take effect July 1, which means businesses will have to adjust.
Rebecca Geller, an attorney and mother of three, says business owners should seek guidance on the new rules and that she plans to tell her business clients how to prepare their staff for the change.