September’s Seminar: Service Contract Act & Non-Displacement of Qualified Workers


Our first seminar of the 2013-2014 Program Year!

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Program Date and Time

September 20, 2013, 8:30AM – 10:30AM (Breakfast and Networking starts at 7:30AM)

Program Location

Washington Technology Park Conference Center, 15000 Conference Center Drive, Chantilly, VA 20151 (Click here for directions)

Program Description

When a service contract expires and a follow-on contract is awarded for the same service at the same location, the successor contractor or its subcontractors often hires the majority of the predecessor’s employees. On some occasions, however, a successor contractor or its subcontractors hires a new work force, thus displacing the predecessor’s employees.

In this seminar, attendees will learn about:

  • The basics of the Service Contract Act and tips and tricks for contracting professionals;
  • The background and impact of this regulation on:
    • The successor contractor
    • The incumbent contractor
    • Contract transitions
    • Competition strategies
  • The contract clause to be included in solicitations and contracts;
  • The exclusions to the policy; and
  • Who has the authority to exempt contracts.

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About the Presenter

Eric Crusius

Eric Crusius, Esq.Centre Law Group

Eric has extensive experience in the field of government contracts representing contractors of all sizes in a wide variety of areas including: labor law and Service Contract Act (SCA) compliance, intellectual property issues, trade agreement and export control compliance, subcontracting and teaming agreement issues, compliance with the Federal Acquisition Regulations, and employment agreements including non-compete and non-disclosure agreements. Eric has also successfully litigated numerous bid protests and hundreds of cases before various courts, tribunals, and boards including the United States Court of Federal Claims (COFC) and the Government Accountability Office (GAO). In June 2013, Eric was named a Virginia Super Lawyers Rising Star for the second straight year – an honor which is only given to the top 2.5% of attorneys in Virginia who meet certain criteria.

Eric, who has been a trusted legal advisor to many businesses throughout his career, has also lectured extensively on government contracts issues including bid protests, the Service Contract Act and other employment issues unique to government contractors, trade agreements, export controls, cybersecurity, and related litigation and intellectual property issues to federal government agencies and industry groups, such as the National Contract Management Association (NCMA), and the American Bar Association. Eric has been quoted in publications including the Federal Times, the Washington Business Journal and Investor’s Business Daily and appeared on Federal News Radio.