ERIC MONTALVO, FOUNDING PARTNER OF THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP, DISCUSSES THE LATEST IN THE MTK AND DANIEL KINAHAN CASE WITH STEVE ELLIS

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Jason Moy, A SENIOR ASSOCIATE AT THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP, SPEAKS ON COURT MARTIAL CONVICTIONS FOR MILITARY TIMES

Using a writ of mandamus to collaterally attack a court-martial conviction By Jason Moy The “Manual for Courts-Martial” is seen in this 2013 photo by the Fort Meade Public Affairs Office. (Army) After a conviction in a court-martial there are a few processes that may help reduce or eliminate the sting of the conviction. One […]

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ERIC MONTALVO, FOUNDING PARTNER OF THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP, SPEAKS WITH THE VIRGINIA PILOT ON Cpl. Thae Ohu CASE

Gag order denied in case of Virginia Beach Marine who says she was sexually assaulted JAN 26, 2021 AT 2:26 PM Cpl. Thae Ohu (Courtesy of Pan Phyu) A military judge this week denied a gag order in the criminal case of a Virginia Beach corporal whose supporters say her actions stem from the trauma […]

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ERIC MONTALVO SPEAKS AT THE FIGHT FOR OUR FREEDOM PRESS CONFERENCE

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JOANNA FRIEDMAN, A PARTNER AT THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP, SPEAKS WITH CYBERFEDS ABOUT MANAGING PROBATIONARY EMPLOYEES DURING A PANDEMIC

4 keys to managing probationary employees during a pandemic By Anjali Patel, Esq., cyberFEDS® Legal Editor Washington Bureau BEST PRACTICE: Even with the challenges of COVID-19, agencies should not waste the opportunity to fully utilize the probationary period to ensure employees can successfully perform the essential functions of the position, employment law expert Robert Erbe […]

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Government Contracting, Coronavirus, and the Defense Production Act

Government Contracting, Coronavirus, and the Defense Production Act Many government contractors are aware of the Defense Production Act (DPA), but in the coronavirus era it is a good time to familiarize yourself with some of the smaller details and figure out if your company has an opportunity to capitalize on it. The DPA was enacted […]

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Federal Contractors May Be Reimbursed for Paid Leave Under CARES Act

April 10, 2020   Federal Contractors May Be Reimbursed for Paid Leave Under CARES Act As federal agencies close facilities due to the COVID-19 outbreak and related quarantine orders, the contractors working on federal projects have idled work forces and placed many of their employees on paid leave. To provide some relief, Congress included Section […]

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Updates on COVID-19

Updates on COVID-19 Partnering with the U.S. Defense Industrial Base to Combat COVID-19 The Department of Defense released a statement announcing a new Joint Acquisition Task Force to handle DoD’s COVID response. The website also contains a portal for industry to submit proposals for supplying medical equipment. Extension of Time for Filing Individual Subcontracting Reports The Small Business Administration announced that the […]

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GSA Issues Non-Availability Determination for TAA

GSA Issues Non-Availability Determination for TAA The General Services Administration issued a non-availability determination for the Trade Agreements clauses that certain supplies are temporarily unavailable. The determination allows agencies using GSA contracts to purchase cleaning supplies that are not manufactured in the United States or a designated country. Agencies using GSA contracts do not need […]

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