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Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

The impact of the Infrastructure Investments and Jobs Act (IIJA) will be far-reaching, in particular for employers in the construction, manufacturing, and energy industries.

Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

The IIJA allocates $1.2 trillion in investments for various transportation, water, power and energy, environmental remediation, cybersecurity, and broadband initiatives. The increased funding will likely result in more companies being classified as government contractors, implicating increased compliance issues, as well as wage and hour considerations at the state and federal levels.

IIJA Podcast Series

We have created a special We Get Work™ podcast series on the IIJA to examine the impact on labor law, the construction industry, the  government contractors, wage and hour implications, immigration issues, and what companies need to be aware of when they are awarded work created by this landmark piece of legislation.

Part One: Traditional Labor Practice Effects of the New Infrastructure Law

Principals Dion Kohler and Brian Lundgren discuss the IIJA, what project labor agreements mean for construction contractors and sub-contractors, and how employers can simultaneously maintain compliance and thrive as a business.

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Gregory C. Brown, Jr.

Gregory C. Brown, Jr.

Garen E. Dodge

Garen E. Dodge

Eric J. Felsberg

Eric J. Felsberg

Michael R. Hatcher

Michael R. Hatcher

Scott P. Jang

Scott P. Jang

Maurice G. Jenkins

Maurice G. Jenkins

Melissa Ostrower

Melissa Ostrower

Steven M. Phillips

Steven M. Phillips

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