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Husch Blackwell's Michael Schrier to Speak at PubKGroup's 2022 Annual Review

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Husch Blackwell partner Michael Schrier will participate on a panel at PubKGroup’s 2022 Annual Review event exploring the intersection of labor and employment law and government contracts.

PubKGroup’s Annual Review welcomes dozens of leaders in the field of government contracts to discuss the most important news in protest cases, claims, and other disputes; IP and cybersecurity; cost and pricing issues; False Claims Act enforcement; and new laws and regulations. In 2021, the event featured nearly 60 of the top practitioners in government contract law, as well as representatives from major accounting firms, academia, and government.

Based in Husch Blackwell’s Washington, DC office, Schrier represents federal contractors, grant recipients, and companies and educational institutions doing business with or having matters before the U.S. government. He has extensive experience advising and litigating employment-related matters for federal contractors including Davis-Bacon Act, Service Contract Act, federal contractor Paid Sick Leave, federal contractor minimum wage, and OFCCP matters. Over more than 25 years of practice, Michael has significant experience defending employers against trade secret misappropriation, breach of noncompetition and nondisclosure agreements, employment discrimination and retaliation (under a variety of federal and state statutes including Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and False Claims Act), wrongful termination, Fair Labor Standards Act, ERISA, OSHA and unfair labor practice claims in federal and state trial and appellate courts and administrative hearings.

Schrier will participate in a labor & employment panel Monday, January 24, 2022, at 3 p.m. Eastern. The panel will explore how a variety of events—from COVID-19 vaccination mandates to a new $15 minimum wage and a new Executive Order on the non-displacement of service contract workers—impacted the federal contractor workforce.


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