West Virginia Legal Updates

Compliance Law Updates Recently Announced:

Last Updated: 6/10/2024

To view all legal updates, visit our Resources page and select the Legal Updates tab at the top.

If you're an existing ComplianceHR client, you can access these updates and robust links to learn more about each of these changes through the PolicySmart™ solution.

West Virginia Legal Updates:

June 2024

  • West Virginia Amends Business Liability Protection Act, Adding Anti-Retaliation Provisions (effective Jun 06, 2024)

May 2024

  • West Virginia Amends Business Liability Protection Act, Adding Anti-Retaliation Provisions

May 2023

  • West Virginia Amends Law on Use of Mobile Devices While Driving–Includes Updated Policy
  • West Virginia Amends Workers Compensation Law, Addressing Reinstatement

October 2022

  • West Virginia Passes Law Prohibiting and Criminalizing Most Abortions

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