CASSIDY LAW NEWS

Both new and longstanding Federal Government contractors and subcontractors know that there are extensive regulations such as the FAR, DFAR and CFIUS that define business operations beyond contract performance. For example there are regulations on governance, subcontracting, purchasing, forming joint ventures, hiring, working with non-US businesses or getting investment from non-US businesses or persons. Failing…

The Position A growing, entrepreneurial law firm seeks an Office Assistant. The Office Assistant supports office operations and assists the firm’s principal attorney in managing the office. The Office Assistant is primarily responsible for organizing physical and electronic files, managing incoming and outgoing email and mail, scheduling, client relationships, billing, social media, travel arrangements, maintaining supplies, and other…

Whether President Joe Biden’s Buy American executive order gets government contractors to comply with supply source rules could depend on how bold whistleblowers are and how aggressively the Justice Department relies on the False Claims Act, attorneys say. Contractors are going to have to revisit their supply chain and sourcing practices to comply with enhanced…

Margaret joined her friend and colleague and at times co-counsel Sara Kropf in drafting an article on Representing Federal Government Contractors in Parallel Criminal, Civil, and Administrative Investigations that was published in NACDL‘s renowned journal, The Champion® Click Here to Read the Article

The Position Cassidy Law is seeking an attorney with experience in providing tactical and strategic legal counsel to business clients on complex issues related to federal government contracting, national security, trade, export and anti-corruption to include defending businesses in criminal, civil or regulatory prosecutions as well as in government audits, investigations and disputes with the…

Margaret Cassidy and her colleagues at The Candid Counsel are writing away – see Margaret’s article: Can Your Lawyer Hold Their Firepower? I’ve seen over the years that holding firepower (that is, doing nothing), is at times, the best course for a lawyer. But it’s hard to do nothing…

Margaret is honored to be invited back to speak at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine Transportation Research Board 59th Annual Workshop on Transportation Law on September 15, 2020.  Speaking with attorney Fred Wagner and moderated by Bruce Smith, their panel – The Appearance of Impropriety: Its Continued Viability in Ethics Compliance details…

From the ABA: Once a voluntary initiative, corporate social responsibility has become a central element of a business’ value. Drawing on several subject-matter experts, legal professionals and others, The Lawyer’s Corporate Social Responsibility Deskbook: Practical Guidance for Corporate Counsel and Law Firms helps companies and their lawyers develop practical approaches to a corporate social responsibility…

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