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The OCI tectonic plates continue to shift. In-house counsel need to stay alert for the quakes and aftershocks. So we have designed our program to explain the ever-evolving shifts in Organizational Conflict of Interest (OCI) law that could impact your company. We will discuss the most recent OCI case law from the GAO and the Court of Federal Claims including the Federal Circuit's decision in Turner Construction Co., Inc. v. United States and the GAO's decision in QinetiQ.
The program will also address significant differences in the treatment of OCI under the FAR rules proposed in April of 2011 and the DFARS rules made final in December of 2010. We will discuss the impact these developments may have on your company's strategy for doing business with the Federal Government, including strategies for resolution or mitigation of potential OCI concerns.
Please join Bill Walsh and Scott Hommer for this lively and interactive discussion that will include both industry and private practice perspectives. We are especially delighted that Ralph White, managing associate general counsel for procurement law at the GAO, will be among the distinguished panelists at this not-to-miss event.