On August 3, 2020, President Trump issued an Executive Order (“EO” or the “Order”) directing the heads of all agencies that enter into contracts to review the impact of contractors and their subcontractors employing H-1B visa holders on the wages and employment opportunities of US workers. Specifically, the EO directs all federal agencies to review
Luke Levasseur’s litigation practice focuses on government contract matters. He advises and represents clients regarding federal procurement practices and activities. For the past several years, Luke’s practice has focused on litigating large contract disputes and bid protests before the US Court of Federal Claims and the Government Accountability Office. He has also represented clients and performed substantial work with respect to False Claims Act litigation. Luke also has experience handling a variety of other federal court litigation for clients, involving such matters as antitrust claims, a trademark dispute and alleged fraud.