As part of a Labor Day gesture to workers’ groups, President Obama signed an executive order requiring federal contractors to provide their employees with the ability to earn up to 56 hours of paid sick leave each year.  The executive order—the details of which are discussed in this post— could affect some 300,000 workers and their government contractor employers when the order goes into effect in January 2017, according to a White House fact sheet.

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Photo of Dan Johnson Dan Johnson

Dan Johnson represents government contractors and other clients in litigation and employment matters.  He has more than 30 years of experience litigating complex disputes and has successfully represented government contractors and other clients in large trade secret claims, contract claims, prime-sub disputes, software…

Dan Johnson represents government contractors and other clients in litigation and employment matters.  He has more than 30 years of experience litigating complex disputes and has successfully represented government contractors and other clients in large trade secret claims, contract claims, prime-sub disputes, software development disputes, and various business disputes arising from corporate transactions, joint ventures, sales of commercial goods, construction projects, and government procurements.  Mr. Johnson specializes in representing contractors in multi-million dollar litigation involving the alleged theft of data or the movement of key employees from one contractor to another.  His representation has resulted in multiple bench and jury verdicts in favor of his clients.  He also helps government contractors and other clients resolve a host of other employment issues.

Photo of Teresa Lewi Teresa Lewi

Teresa Lewi represents and counsels employers on a wide range of federal, state, and local employment laws. She focuses her practice on trade secrets, non-competition, executive compensation, separation, employee mobility, discrimination, and wage-and-hour issues.
Teresa has successfully tried cases in federal and state…

Teresa Lewi represents and counsels employers on a wide range of federal, state, and local employment laws. She focuses her practice on trade secrets, non-competition, executive compensation, separation, employee mobility, discrimination, and wage-and-hour issues.
Teresa has successfully tried cases in federal and state courts, and she also conducts internal investigations concerning trade secrets and workplace issues.

Teresa regularly represents clients in the life sciences, technology, financial services, sports, and entertainment industries. She has resolved matters through the pretrial, trial, and appeals process, as well as through alternative dispute resolution methods. In particular, Teresa has helped companies achieve highly favorable outcomes in high-stakes disputes over the protection of trade secrets or enforcement of agreements with employees.

Teresa’s practice also includes conducting workplace audits, drafting employment agreements and workplace policies, and advising companies on employment law developments (including recent changes to non-competition laws and COVID-19-related regulations).