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A.J. Carvalho is an associate in the Washington office, where he practices in the Patent Litigation, False Claims Act, and White Collar Defense and Investigations Practice Groups, and also maintains an active pro bono practice.

Prior to attending law school, A.J. worked at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center coordinating exploratory clinical research studies related to blast injuries, particularly amputation, and concomitant conditions.

On September 9, the Biden Administration released a number of new details for its Path out of the Pandemic that will impact U.S. Government contractors and a number of other individuals and entities.  In addition to requiring most executive agency employees to receive COVID-19 vaccines, the Administration plans to mandate that executive agency contractors and subcontractors, with some exceptions, impose similar requirements on their employees pursuant to an executive order that will fully go into effect on October 15, 2021.  The overall impact of the executive order will not be clear until additional details are released in the coming weeks, but government contractors should begin considering the implications of the new requirements and take steps to ensure timely compliance.

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