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Trina Fairley Barlow

Trina Fairley Barlow

Trina Fairley Barlow is a partner in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. Trina represents and advises employers on virtually every federal employment discrimination law and numerous other state and federal laws that regulate the employment relationship. She has successfully handled cases in all phases of litigation before federal and state courts, administrative agencies and various other tribunals. In addition, she regularly provides advice, guidance, and counsel to employers on all manner of employment-related issues. Her clients encompass a range of businesses, including major healthcare organizations, high tech companies, banks, intellectual property firms, universities, and national real estate companies.

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Join Crowell & Moring for our Webinar “Building a Border Wall: Opportunities, Contractual Risks, and Business Considerations” on Tuesday, April 25th

Posted in Webinar
Join us today for our webinar Building a Border Wall: Opportunities, Contractual Risks, and Business Considerations. The Trump administration published two contract solicitations for the design-build of a “border wall” between the U.S. and Mexico. The RFPs (linked here and here) contemplate a multiple-award, multiple-phase approach for acquiring prototypes and, eventually, full construction.  A team… Continue Reading

GSA to Require SCA Wage Determinations at the Task Order Level

Posted in GSA Schedule/Commercial Items
Beginning in June 2016, GSA will remove current wage determinations from existing MAS Schedules and require ordering agencies to incorporate determinations at the task order level to ensure that the “most recent” wage determinations are incorporated when an individual task order is placed.  The recently announced change is part of GSA’s plan to “update” the… Continue Reading