Dobyns Quoted in Dayton Daily News Regarding Vaccine Mandates for Federal Contractors
Taft Dayton attorney Brandon Dobyns was recently quoted in the Dayton Daily News in an article covering vaccine mandates for federal contractors.
“Companies need to be prepared to comply (with the vaccine mandate),” Dobyns said. “The most prudent course is to prepare as if this injunction will be overturned and prepare to comply,” he said.
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Dobyns serves as counsel to clients on government contract matters, including subcontracting, bid protests, and contract interpretation. Prior to joining Taft, he served as in-house counsel to a mid-sized government contractor and understands the business realities facing clients in times of crisis. In addition to his previous experience as in-house counsel, Dobyns has served as outside counsel to several start-up businesses in various industries, including manufacturing, service, and a craft brewery.
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