Join me today, Monday July 15, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. (Eastern) for Lawline’s Live Course: KEY QUESTIONS OF CONTRACT INTERPRETATION IN GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS.
During the 90-minute course, I’ll cover the key principles of contract interpretation as they relate to government contracting. To take best take advantage our my limited time and maximize value for those in attendance, I’ll be breaking our discussion down into three parts:
- Contract Formation – How the U.S. Government forms contracts with private contractors, including tips on avoiding common pitfalls during the proposal phase;
- Contract Interpretation – Examination of how the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and Boards of Contract Appeals interpret federal contracts (and how it often differs from common commercial practices); and
- Contract Disputes – A walk-through the dispute resolution process and how formation/interpretation issues impact a contractor’s ability to prevail on claims/appeals and recover damages.
By the end of the class, attendees will learn: (1) winning strategies for bidding federal work, (2) best practices for interpreting federal contracts with an eye towards successful performance, and (3) how to handle the dispute resolution process in the event an issue arises.
Not able to attend today, but still have questions about interpreting government contracts or contract claims procedures? Feel free to contact me directly. 202-696-1460 or Nsolosky@FoxRothschild.com