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"It's All about the Bottom Line: Avoiding Litigation and Maximizing Claims in Today's Challenging Environment"
Operating in the age of sequestration and shrinking budgets, government contractors must continually adapt to the now well-worn principle to "do more with less." But contractors may not always see eye-to-eye with each other, or with their government customer. So in these trying times, how can contractors avoid litigation and disputes? And how can contractors maximize legitimate claims? Our panelists will focus on how to avoid government contractor-related litigation through a discussion of the best practices and techniques contractors should engage to anticipate, manage, and mitigate contract risks. Panelists will also explore how to effectively manage an REA or claim against the government and increase your company's prospects for recovery if a dispute with the government is unavoidable.
Please join us on March 11th for an in-depth discussion of how the added complexities of the current contracting environment are impacting contractor-contractor as well as contractor-government relationships, and what can be done to minimize risk and maximize recovery in the event of litigation.
1.5 hours of Virginia MCLE credit pending.
Scott Hommer, Partner, Venable LLP
Paul Debolt, Partner, Venable LLP
Michael Robinson, Partner, Venable LLP
Jim Rittinger, Legal Director, V.P. and Secretary, Dell Services Federal Government, Inc.
12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m. ET – Lunch and Networking
12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. ET – Program and Webinar