COVID-19 Funding Brings Enforcement Risks

May 7, 2020

  By Heather Mims, Esq. In these unprecedented times, when the Government is handing out literally trillions of dollars of cash, a certain amount of unscrupulous behavior is almost certainly to follow. While the economic stimulus plan will provide desperately needed help to plenty of worthy small businesses, it will also surely be rife with fraud… Read more »

SDV Not In “Control” – Court Affirms Overturn of Set Aside Award!

Apr 16, 2020

  By Hon. Jack Delman In XOTECH, LLC v. UNITED STATES, 950 F.3d 1376 (Fed. Cir. 2020) (XO), the Federal Circuit recently affirmed the overturn of an award to a service-disabled-veteran-owned (SDVO) LLC small business on the grounds that the LLC failed to show that its decisions were controlled by the SDV as required by law…. Read more »

Free Money? Are The Payroll Loans Too Good to Be True?

Apr 9, 2020

  By Tyler Freiberger, Esq., By now, you’ve heard about the CARES Act and the $350 billion put aside for small businesses. Bank of America alone received 10,000 applications in just the first hour it opened its online portal. If you haven’t, the short story is that private lenders are beings tasked to provide loans to… Read more »

Spring Cleaning: It’s Time to Spruce Up Your Multiple Award Schedule

Apr 2, 2020

As you are completing your annual spring cleaning, do not forget to spruce up your Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) contract. It is important to regularly review and update your MAS contract to ensure your company is in compliance with your contract requirements. Some of the key areas to review when sprucing up your MAS contract… Read more »

Good News for Employers! NLRB Upholds Employee Handbook Policies Tailored to Legitimate Business Purposes

Feb 27, 2020

By Edward W. Bailey,   Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) guarantees employees the right to organize and collectively bargain through representatives and applies to a wide range of employer conduct including the contents of employee handbooks. Until recently, the National Labor Relations Board’s (“NLRB”) standard for determining whether employee handbooks violated the… Read more »