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The False Claims Act and Civil Cyber-Fraud Initiative

It has been a pivotal year in Government Contracting. In the last 18 months, we have seen the creation of the Civil Cyber-Fraud Initiative (2021), three significant CCFI suits, and the recent Supreme Court decision to verify the meaning of “knowingly” in an FCA context (June 2023). These factors, combined with DOJ’s interest in hiring […]

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Avoiding the High Cost of Employment Lawsuits: Proactive Measures for Hospitality Businesses

Sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination—if an employee or former employee sued your business due to one of these situations, do you have the correct insurance to pay for your legal defense or the settlement associated with the lawsuit?

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The David-Bacon and Service Contract Acts

The Davis-Bacon Act (DBA), adopted in 1931 and amended many times since, requires construction contractors and subcontractors working under a federal contract valued at $2,000 or more to pay their laborers on that project no less than the local “prevailing wage.”

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