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FAR/DFAR Updates

Program Code: 170074
Seminar Date: Thursday, March 7, 2013
Start Time: 12:00 PM EST
Registration fee: $189.00

The FAR and DFARS are the flesh and bones of government procurement: they provide the structure, and they are always changing.  This program will focus on several of the more important changes.  Our presenters will discuss not only what has changed, but what these changes mean, as a practical matter, for both contractors and the government.


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Participants will learn about:

Among the changes discussed will be:

This fast-paced webinar will address the above issues and more while giving you the opportunity to ask our experts for advice about your unique concerns.

Presenters Include:

Weisberg, William - LRGWilliam Weisberg
Partner
Law Office of William Weisberg PLLC
Bill Weisberg is the principal of the Law Offices of William Weisberg PLLC, which he founded in 2013 after practicing government contract law in large law firms for over 25 years, the last 10 of which he chaired the Government Contract practice groups of two international law firms.  Bill represents prime and subcontractors and grantees in all phases of government contracts and related areas, including protest and claims litigation, counseling, compliance, and the transactional and intellectual property aspects of government procurement.  Bill’s clients include traditional defense and non-defense government contractors, as well as primarily commercial companies and other entities that have the government as “a” customer, rather than their primary customer. 
Tong, Joyce - LRGJoyce Tong Oelrich
Associate
Bryan Cave, LLP
Joyce Tong Oelrich, Associate, Bryan Cave, LLP, focuses her practice on government contracts and grants. She represents information technology firms, manufacturing companies, and professional service firms entering into business arrangements with, or involving, government entities, in bid protests, ethical and corporate compliance issues, product sourcing compliance (such as the Buy American and Trade Agreement Acts as well as the Berry Amendment) and intellectual property issues. She counsels clients on the interpretation of regulatory and statutory law and the impact of those laws on their government contracts and business in general. Ms. Tong Oelrich has represented clients in pre- and post- contract award disputes before the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and the Government Accountability Office. She is a speaker on these issues and works with the National Contract Management Association.
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Event Time

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CPEs

Participants earn 1.5 continuing professional education (CPE) hours.

Fees

For one low fee per seminar, there is no limit to the number of people that can listen and participate at each site. Seminar prices are $189 per site. A site is defined a single phone line and Internet connection.

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