Brett W. Johnson

Brett W. Johnson

Snell & Wilmer

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Common Sense Prevails as D.C. Circuit Applies Upjohn in Vacating District Court Order to Produce Investigation Reports

Government contractors and other companies subject to internal investigation requirements won some relief from the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit on June 26 with a decision that firmly reiterated that...more

7/1/2014 - Appeals Attorney-Client Privilege Compliance Confidential Communications Contractors Employer Liability Issues False Claims Act Federal Contractors Internal Investigations Kellogg Brown & Root Upjohn Warnings Work-Product Doctrine

Avoid the Quick Fix: Addressing Government Contracting Ethical Breaches That Can Destroy A Business

For the last 15 years, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) has garnered the most “compliance” attention by companies and the media due to the severe penalties associated with the bribing of foreign government officials....more

3/21/2014 - Bribery Contractors Ethics FCPA Federal Contractors Foreign Official UK Bribery Act

Under Construction - March 2013: The Ever-Shrinking Federal Budget: Preparing for Contract Cut-Backs

On March 1, 2013, President Obama signed the order directing “sequestration” to go into effect. As has been repeated constantly leading up to sequestration, $85 billion will now be cut from the federal government’s budget...more

3/22/2013 - Contractors False Claims Act Federal Budget Sequestration Spending Cuts Subcontractors

Under Construction - March 2013

In This Issue: - Letter From the Editor - Tips for Presenting, Analyzing and Resolving Delay and Impact Claims - The Ever-Shrinking Federal Budget: Preparing for Contract Cut-Backs - Colorado Court of...more

3/16/2013 - Construction Contracts Contractors Dangerous Condition Duty to Maintain Evidence Expert Testimony False Claims Act Foreseeability Governmental Immunity Sequestration Subcontractors

SEQUESTRATION: Preparing Government Contractors for Uncertainty, Cut-Backs and Contract Termination

Current reports from Congress suggest that “sequestration” will likely take effect as early as March 1, 2013. The sequestration is a key part of the Budget Control Act of 2011, which requires the federal government to...more

2/27/2013 - Budget Control Act of 2011 Contractors Government Entities Modification Sequestration Subcontractors WARN Act

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