L2 Federal Resources to Host Webinar, "Government Contract Changes: How They Impact Your Bottom Line"

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Contractors, consultants, attorneys, contracting officers and contract administrators who want to know the most common types of government contract changes and better understand their rights and responsibilities during the contract modification process.

Experts speaking at an upcoming webinar hosted by L2 Federal Resources will explain how to mitigate unexpected government contract changes that can be costly to you as a contractor.

Government contract changes don’t just happen in a formal modification, and they often have unintended or indirect effects that can collapse the bottom line of an unwary contractor. To protect your company’s interest, recognizing and responding effectively to changes in your government contracts is critical.

This webinar will address common types of changes to government contracts – both formal and informal – and how to avoid the costly but common mistakes many contractors make when dealing with those changes.

The 90-minute webinar, entitled “Government Contract Changes: How they Impact Your Bottom Line" is scheduled for Wednesday, May 16, at 1:00 PM Eastern.

To register, follow this link: Government Contract Changes: How They Impact Your Bottom Line

Addressing webinar attendees will be Chris Haile and Brian McLaughlin of Crowell & Moring LLP.

Chris Haile is a partner at Crowell & Moring LLP with extensive experience in government procurement law. Mr. Haile litigates disputes and counsels clients in a broad range of government contract matters, with particular emphasis on the resolution of contract disputes. For example, Mr. Haile has represented clients in matters involving the government’s breach of contract, claims for contract changes, termination for default, termination for convenience, Truth in Negotiations Act (TINA) compliance and defective pricing, commercial-item procurement, contract negotiations, and bid protests. He also represents clients in other related matters, such as investigations and audits by government agencies or inspectors general (IGs), False Claims Act / qui tam relator suits, and mandatory disclosures to the U.S. Government.

Mr. Haile represents clients from many different industries, including aerospace, defense, health care, construction, telecommunications, information technology, and professional services. He also has experience involving agencies such as the Department of Defense (DOD), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Agency for International Development (USAID), Department of State, U.S. Postal Service, and the General Services Administration (GSA).

Brian Tully McLaughlin is a counsel in Crowell & Moring’s Government Contracts Group in Washington, DC. Brian’s practice focuses on trial work, litigating complex claims and disputes as well as matters brought under the False Claims Act. Brian has both co-counseled and “first chaired” trials, argued dispositive motions, examined lay and expert witnesses, taken and defended depositions, and managed complex electronic and paper discovery productions and reviews. Brian’s practice involves both affirmative and defensive claims on behalf of government contractors, including bid protests. Brian also values and has gained extensive experience working on a variety of pro bono cases that entail litigation.

Following his presentation, there will be an interactive 10-to-15 minute question-and-answer session addressing material covered in the webinar.

Webinar tuition is based on location, not number of participants, so each registration site can have multiple participants for one low price.

To register, follow this link: Government Contract Changes: How They Impact Your Bottom Line

L2 Federal Resources provides expert-led training and education for the government contracting community. The company hosts several webinars on government contracting topics every month and offers downloadable recordings of past webinars at http://www.l2federalresources.com. The company also blogs on government contracting topics at http://www.l2federalresources.com/blog. L2 is on Twitter at @L2FedResources.

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