Mr. Schrier has experience representing government contractors in Contract Disputes Act, Miller Act and breach of contract claims in federal and state trial and appellate courts and in bid protests before the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. In addition, he has advised government contractors and federal grant recipients on Federal Acquisition Regulations, facilities and security clearances, False Claims Act, Buy American Act, Davis-Bacon Act, Service Contract Act, Non-Displacement of Qualified Workers regulations, Fair Pay and Safe Workplace regulations, OFCCP, debarment/suspension and export control matters.
As a commercial litigator, Mr. Schrier has appeared in more than a dozen different federal district courts around the country representing clients in a variety of construction, trade secret misappropriation, securities fraud and toxic tort cases, as well as more traditional business tort and commercial litigation matters. He has also represented clients in uniquely federal contexts in Administrative Procedure Act and Hatch Act matters, as well as representing clients before a variety of federal and state administrative agencies.
Mr. Schrier also has significant experience defending employers against trade secret misappropriation, employment discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination, Fair Labor Standards Act, ERISA, and unfair labor practice claims in federal and state trial and appellate courts and administrative hearings.
Mr. Schrier also has experience litigating trademark infringement, unfair trade and cybersquatting claims on behalf of educational institutions and corporate clients.
Mr. Schrier is a 1993 graduate of George Washington University School of Law and a graduate of Cornell University.
Areas of Practice
Government Contract Law
Labor and Employment Law
Intellectual Property Law
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