As Congress scrambles in a last ditch attempt to pass a funding proposal to keep the government operating, government contractors face the various employment law implications of potential furloughs caused by a government shutdown. Of particular concern to private employers is how to furlough employees who are exempt from overtime payments under the Fair Labor Standards Act without placing their exempt status at risk. Contractors must also be aware of obligations under the WARN Act and the rights of former or returning military service members under the Uniformed Services Employment and Re-employment Rights Act.

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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 Nooree Lee Nooree Lee

Nooree Lee represents government contractors in a wide variety of transactional, litigation, and compliance matters. His primary areas of practice include corporate transactions involving contractors, international contracting and domestic sourcing matters, and grants and cooperative agreements.

Mr. Lee also advises clients in a…

Nooree Lee represents government contractors in a wide variety of transactional, litigation, and compliance matters. His primary areas of practice include corporate transactions involving contractors, international contracting and domestic sourcing matters, and grants and cooperative agreements.

Mr. Lee also advises clients in a wide range of industries on how to best safeguard and leverage their intellectual property. Relatedly, he represents companies seeking to protect their confidential data from disclosure under the federal Freedom of Information Act and state law equivalents.