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Reductions-in-Force/WARN Act

Employers conduct workforce reductions for a variety of economic and strategic reasons.

Overview

We have the experience and in-house resources to provide effective advice and counsel on issues arising before, during and after a reduction-in-force or reorganization. Our goal is to minimize the potential for individual or class action litigation and to ensure a positive employee relations environment for remaining and future employees.

Our attorneys assist both union and non-union employers in reduction-in-force and reorganization planning and execution, including:

  • Preparation of severance and release agreements;
  • Compliance with WARN Act requirements;
  • Negotiations with unions; and
  • Impact analysis for protected groups.

We defend employers in state and federal courts and administrative agencies against discrimination, breach of contract and other claims arising from reductions-in-force and reorganizations.

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February 7, 2018

Déjà Vu: Implications of a Government Shutdown on Federal Contractors

February 7, 2018

For the second time in a month, for lack of agreement on funding the government long-term, we face the specter of a government shutdown. The government shutdown that began on January 20, 2018, lasted three days. Congress ended that shutdown after voting on a stopgap measure to fund the government until February 8, 2018. As that date... Read More

January 19, 2018

Implications of a Government Shutdown on Federal Contractors

January 19, 2018

A government shutdown looms on January 20, when the current government funding expires at midnight on January 19. The fact that one political party has control of both the White House and Congress makes this instance historically unique. The 2013 government shutdown lasted two weeks and caused havoc for many government... Read More