Defending Cases Involving The Service Contract Act
Are you an employer being investigated by U.S. Department of Labor for alleged violations of the McNamara-O’Hara Service Contract Act? If you are, we can help.
For the employer who contracts with the government or United States Postal Service under the McNamara-O’Hara Service Contract Act, a government investigation is a time-consuming, business disrupting process that typically starts with an inaccurate determination by the Department of Labor that the employer owes a lot of money.
We take several steps to resolve your situation, including:
- Expedite the Department of Labor’s investigation
- Narrow the Department of Labor’s broad, shotgun requests for payroll documents and information to relevant requests
- Marshal only relevant employer documents and information
- Take issue with the Department of Labor’s interpretation of the law if need be
- Advocate the correct and accurate position for the employer
Whether the investigation involves alleged unpaid prevailing wages, overtime, fringe benefits, employee misclassification or other requirements under the Service Contract Act, our office has been there, done that numerous times.
There Is No Substitute For Experience
A prompt response is important. Call 503-644-3266 or use our online contact form to schedule a meeting with employment attorney Gordon L. Osaka. We will review the facts of your case and recommend an effective course of action.