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Changes are coming to federal contracts at a dizzying rate and doing business the way you did two to three years ago can cause tremendous problems in today’s environment. This program is designed to be a survey of what has happened in the last twelve months. As such, it does not claim to be an in-depth analysis of the rules on women-owned small business or the rules on disclosure of executive compensation. However, it is critical that participants in the process know what has changed in the past year so they can modify their policies and procedures accordingly.
Presented by two recognized authorities in the area of government contract law, this 90-minute interactive webinar will discuss how new statues, regulations and case decisions will affect critical aspects of your company’s policies and procedures.
- Become familiar with the new statues and regulations affecting government contracting.
- Recognize any changes in final rules from interim rules.
- Learn about any new cases (pre-award or post-award) changing the pre-exisitng rules.
- Identify new publications you should be aware of.
- And much, much more!
Who Will Benefit?
This webinar is a must for anyone involved in government contracting, including contractors, subcontractors and those who work with or for them, as well as contracting officers and their representatives. Get ahead of the curve — register your team today!
Meet Your Presenters
James F. Nagle is a partner in Oles Morrison Rinker & Baker. Jim’s practice focuses on government contracts. He has extensive experience including working with supply, services, international, major systems, and construction contracts. His local and national reputation is such that both the government and contractors have used him as a consultant, expert witness or arbitrator/mediator. Prior to joining the firm, he served as chief of the Logistics and Contract Law Branch of the Department of the Army staff. He also served as a trial team chief in the Army’s Contract Appeals Division. Jim is founder and past chairman of the ABA Public Contract Law Committee.
Jonathan A. DeMella is a partner and member of Oles Morrison Rinker & Baker Government Contracts and Construction Law practice groups. His practice is focused on government contracts counseling and litigation, including performance disputes, bid protests, civil fraud under the False Claims Act, procurement ethics, mandatory disclosure, compliance with federal Small Business Administration regulations (including issues specific to Alaska Native Corporations), and Buy American Act and Trade Agreements Act compliance.
Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credits
CLE requirements vary by state. If you would like to receive CLE credits for this webinar please contact customer service at (202) 238-9597.
Policy on Refunds and Cancellations
Your satisfaction with this training program is guaranteed. If you encounter difficulties prior to or during a course, please contact customer service at (202) 238-9596. If you are dissatisfied with a course for any reason, you may receive credit toward a future course or a full refund. In the event that this course is cancelled, participants are notified immediately via email and offered a full refund. If the course is rescheduled, participants have a choice of a full refund or having their registration transferred to the new date.