Category: Military Law

Court Ruling Confirms that SDVOSB Contractors Possess Procedural Due Process Rights Against Adverse Eligibility Determinations

The U.S. Department of Veteran Affair’s (“VA”) Center for Veterans Enterprise (“CVE”) has a tough and sometimes thankless job. Its role is to serve as a “gatekeeper” for VA contracting programs for service-disabled, veteran-owned small businesses…By: PilieroMazza PLLC Related Articles:…

Defence Reform Act 2014 And Associated Regulations: A New Framework for Single Source Procurement

The Defence Reform Act 2014 (the Act) received Royal Assent on 14 May 2014. Part 2 of the Act creates a new statutory framework for single-source contracts, to be called the Single Source Contract Regulations (the Regulations). A new non-departmental…By:…

Comment Period is Closing for U.S. Department of Defense’s Proposed Military Lending Act Rules Expansion

On September 29, 2014, DOD proposed expanding its regulation implementing the Military Lending Act (“MLA”) and the comment period for the proposed amendment is November 28, 2014. The MLA provides consumer protections for service members and their…By: Cox Smith Related…

Army Attempted to Fire Whistleblower in Unearned Pay Scandal

Kenneth Delano, an Army civilian police officer, recently became aware of a situation in which he claims that other officers on the force were receiving more pay than they had earned. After he alerted his superiors to these actions, the…

Quirky Question #244, An Update on Ebola

In Quirky Question #244, we discussed what employers should do to protect their employees and businesses in light of the potential Ebola threat. Last week, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel ordered nearly 700 Minnesota National Guard members to deploy…By: Dorsey &…