Employment and Contracting Claims: Avoid These Costly Mistakes

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If your company is involved with federal contracting, then you are faced with a litany of employment rules and regulations you’ll need to follow in order to stay compliant. Unfortunately, many contractors are not even aware they have additional employment regulations let alone the nuances to avoiding violations.


The employment laws, executive orders, and regulations applicable to federal contractors present an ever-changing sea of compliance challenges, and well-meaning contractors often find themselves either under the regulatory microscope or on the unexpected receiving end of a demand letter from plaintiff’s counsel (or both!).


With our “Employment and Contracting Claims: Avoid These Costly Mistakes ” webinar, we will provide you with a thorough understanding of the employment authorities and unique challenges you’ll need to be aware of in order to avoid conflict and legal action.


Taught by employment attorneys who specialize in the needs of federal contractors, this course provides attendees with detailed course materials covering the statutory texts, regulations and regulatory guidance, and court decisions. Our classroom is an interactive forum that assists HR and in-house legal professionals identify and mitigate risk as well as avoid violations and lawsuits. We’ll also provide examples of court cases and guidance on addressing common, real world employment law challenges.

Speaker and Presenter Information

Tyler Freiberger
Associate Attorney

Tyler Freiberger is an associate attorney at Centre Law & Consulting primarily focusing on employment law, litigation, and compliance with regulations on federal contractors. He has successfully litigated employment issues before the EEOC, MSPB, local counties human rights commissions, the United States D.C. District Court, Maryland District Court, and the Eastern District of Virginia. On behalf of Centre Law & Consulting, he has advised federal contractors on compliance with the Service Contract Labor Standards/the Service Contract Act and examined contractor products for BAA/TAA certification.


Tyler comes from the George Mason School of Law where he was writing chairman of the George Mason Costello Trial Competition, Justice of the Moot Court Board, and the Honor Board Student Advocate. As a frequent finalist in George Mason’s Moot Court and Trial Advocacy national competitions, he volunteers as a trial advocacy coach and moot court judge.


David Warner

David Warner heads Centre’s litigation, audit, and investigation practices. He is a seasoned trial lawyer and counselor with more than twenty years of experience in the resolution and litigation of complex business and employment disputes before state and federal courts and agencies. His practice is particularly focused on the government contractor, nonprofit, and hospitality industries.


David has dealt extensively with the U.S. Department of Justice and offices of inspector general of several agencies, including the General Services Administration, with respect to audits and investigations concerning alleged fraud, False Claims Act, and Trade Agreement Act compliance issues. He also has extensive experience representing contractors in affirmative action, Davis-Bacon Act, and Service Contract Labor Standards (formerly the “Service Contract Act”) compliance audits. David also routinely advises contractors with respect to bid protests, claims, and appeals. David’s commercial litigation experience includes representation of contractors in teaming agreement and subcontract disputes before federal and state courts, including piracy of employees, clients, and intellectual property. He has also represented contractors before the U.S. Court of International Trade.


David routinely represents employers in litigation concerning alleged violations of Title VII, the ADA, ADEA, and other federal and state laws prohibiting discrimination and retaliation. In addition to day-to-day counseling on employment actions, David provides guidance concerning the design and implementation of effective and defensible application, hiring, promotion, and compensation practices, including conducting comprehensive audits of personnel practices to proactively identify and remediate issues that could give rise to class claims.

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Tue, Jan 28, 2020, 1:00pm - 2:30pm ET


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