Caine is an associate in the firm’s Labor and Employment, Fair Housing, and Immigration practice groups. Caine regularly advises clients on a broad range of employment matters, including among others: workplace discrimination claims, wage and hour issues, military, family, and medical leave policies, and wrongful discharge concerns. He also frequently drafts and reviews employment policies, employee contracts, separation agreements, employee handbooks, and stay-bonus agreements.

Additionally, Caine helps clients navigate both federal and state Fair Housing Act issues as he represents them in fair housing discrimination claims, drafts and reviews leasing and accommodation request policies, and assesses potential liability for landlords and property managers. 

As an attorney in the firm’s Immigration practice group, Caine helps advise clients on business immigration matters and he regularly assists clients with obtaining nonimmigrant visas, such as H-1Bs, L-1As, L-1Bs, and Blanket L-1s. He also helps clients obtain U.S. permanent residence through the permanent labor certification program (PERM).

Before attending law school, Caine graduated summa cum laude from Virginia Tech, where he served as a College Ambassador. While at William & Mary Law School, Caine was a Legal Practice Program Fellow and a Senior Articles Editor for the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal. His note, “When the Enemy Drew Our Attention”: Reconsidering Prior Restraint in the Context of Dual Use Research of Concern,” was awarded the Thomas Jefferson Prize for best student note.

    • Education

      • J.D., William & Mary Law School, cum laude, 2020
      • B.A., Virginia Tech, History, summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, 2017
    • Memberships

      • Norfolk Portsmouth Bar Association
      • Federal Bar Association, Hampton Roads Chapter Caine J. Caverly Associate Willcox & Savage, P.C. (757) 628-5511 (757) 628-5566
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