Federal Government

COVID-19 or the Coronavirus is having an unprecedented and, frankly, previously unimaginable global impact.  Please click here to visit Fox’s Coronavirus Resource Center for links to free webinars and articles
Continue Reading COVID-19 and Government Contracting Best Practices: Part 2 – Recovering Extra Costs

COVID-19 or the Coronavirus is having an unprecedented and, frankly, previously unimaginable global impact.  Please click here to visit Fox’s Coronavirus Resource Center for links to free webinars and articles
Continue Reading COVID-19 and Government Contracting Best Practices: Part 1 – Excusable Delay Claims

Please join us for Fox Rothschild’s Federal Government Contracts Symposium on March 30-31, 2020 at The Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C.

Space is limited, so please use this link to
Continue Reading Join Us for the Fox Rothschild Federal Contracts Symposium

When a contractor delivers goods to the government that do not conform to the precise requirements of the contract, the results are usually . . . not goodWhen
Continue Reading Accept No Imitations: Contractor Cannot Recover for Claim Based on Brand Name Products

Two weeks ago, I presented on Common Issues in Government Contract Interpretation.  The course examined common issues encountered by government contractors in bidding on and performing government contracts –
Continue Reading ASBCA Offers Latest Reminder that Plain Language Controls Government Contract Interpretation

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
Continue Reading Fox Speaks: Key Questions of Contract Interpretation in Government Contracts

It has been a long time coming, but it appears that the government will (finally) amend the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) to align with prior changes by the Small Business
Continue Reading Contractor Update: Credit for Lower-Tier Subcontracts toward Small Business Subcontracting Goals