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Ray Hogge • Member

Hogge Law • Norfolk, Virginia

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Hogge Law
999 Waterside Drive
Suite 1313
Norfolk, Virginia 23510
phone (757) 961-5400
fax  (757) 962-5979


Founder of firm, Hogge Law in Norfolk, Virginia in 2005, practicing employment law since 1989. Specialties or areas of practice include Labor and Employment Law; Workers’ Compensation; Employee Benefits; and Commercial, Civil, and Employment Litigation.  Practice geared towards representation of Virginia employers and business owners, although Mr. Hogge does represent plaintiffs in employment law, discrimination, and litigation matters, as well.  Transactional and consultation services as well as litigation support services offered by firm. Full-service employment attorney for Virginia employers of any size, handling covenants not to compete, employee handbooks, and personnel policies and procedures, as well as defending workers’ compensation, unemployment compensation, discrimination, harassment, and retaliation claims in the workplace for employers.


  • College: The College of William and Mary, B.A.
  • Law School: The University of Richmond, J.D.
  • Other: Phoebus High School

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Practice Areas

• Affirmative Action
• Age Discrimination
• Alternative Dispute Resolution
• Class Action Defense
• Disability Discrimination
• Drug Testing
• Employee Assistance Plans
• Employee Benefits
• Employee Handbooks
• Employment At Will
• Employment Contracts
• Employment Law
• Executive Compensation
• Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
• Family and Medical Leave (FMLA)
• Federal Employment
• HR Training and Compliance
• Labor Law
• National Origin Discrimination
• Noncompete Agreements
• Race Discrimination
• Reductions In Force
• Sex Discrimination
• Sexual Harassment
• Sexual Orientation Claims
• Unemployment Compensation
• Unfair Labor Practices
• Wage and Hour Laws
• Whistleblower Claims
• Workers Compensation
• Wrongful Termination