Avoid the Legal Traps in Gov Cont
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Doing business with the federal government is different. There is a different language spoken and different accounting techniques are used. And the legal issues? Now those can be REALLY different. How can a company avoid the legal traps in government contracting? Attend this FREE teleconference to find out.
Perhaps you have asked yourself one of the following questions:
•I'm reviewing a new RFP in an area with which I am very familiar and I think that the RFP was written in such a way that really favors one of my competitors. Is there anything I can do about this?
•I was just notified that I lost out to another offeror for the RFP award I was after. What should I do?
•The contracting officer and I just can't seem to agree on how to interpret my contract's requirements. Now she is insisting that I perform the contract as she interprets it. I'm quite sure she is wrong. Can I stop work? What should I do?
•I've worked as a support contractor for a particular program office for several years. I've enjoyed getting to know the people in the office and consider several of them good friends. During the holiday season I'd like to do something special for them. Is there any problem with getting a little gift for each of them?
•I was just informed by the contracting officer that someone has protested the award I just received. What should I do?
The TargetGov Avoid the Legal Traps in Government Contracting teleconference was designed to answer these and many other questions. Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to hear from industry experts.
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Expert Speaker: Jon W. van Horne, Esq
Washington, D.C. address:
1629 K Street, N.W., Suite 300
Washington, D.C. 20006
18222 Flower Hill Way, #112
Gaithersburg MD 20879
Based on his experience in government and corporate positions as well as private practice, Jon van Horne focuses on contract litigation against the U.S. Government, primarily bid protests before the Government Accountability Office and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, U.S. Government procurement process and policy matters, contract issues involving U.S. state and local governments, U. S. Government regulation of international business, and international contracts, as well as a wide range of transactional and litigation matters.
Mr. van Horne has served as an Assistant to the General Counsel of the Navy and Associate Counsel, Naval Air Systems Command and as in-house counsel in several departments of the General Electric Company, with responsibility for all legal matters, including a wide range of personnel matters. He has conducted contract litigation in the administrative tribunals and U.S. Court of Federal Claims. In addition to providing counseling on government contract matters, including grants and leases, to a number of the clients, he has participated in due diligence exercises for corporate sales. He has represented clients in commercial business matters, including such matters as sale of a business, drafting of commercial procurement and sales contracts, dealings with foreign sales representatives, drafting corporate policies, standard contracts and forms, negotiation and drafting of agreements for international and domestic transactions, and corporate compliance reviews and compliance structuring.
Mr. van Horne received his Juris Doctorate from Harvard Law School, a Master of Public Administration from the John F. Kennedy School of Government and a Bachelor of Arts from Andrews University. He has been admitted to practice in the District of Columbia, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
•Attorney-Advisor, U.S. General Accounting Office, 1971-1972
•Attorney-Advisor, Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command, 1972-1976
•Assistant to the General Counsel of the Navy, 1976-1978
•Associate Counsel, Naval Air Systems Command, 1978
•Corporate Counsel, General Electric Company, Aerospace Group, 1978-1985
•Manager, Procurement Policy, General Electric Company, Washington DC, 1985-1987
•Partner, McDermott, Will & Emery, Washington DC, 1987-1997
•Partner, Greenberg Traurig, Washington DC, 1997-2004
•Principal, Law Office of Jon W. van Horne, Esq., Washington DC, 2004 to present
•Adjunct Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Management & Technology, University of Maryland University College, 2008 to present
Expert Speaker: Gloria Berthold Larkin
Gloria Berthold Larkin is President of Marketing Outsource Associates, Inc. (MOA) and its division, TargetGov. The TargetGov division focuses on government procurement and related business development and marketing services including minority certification services, contract development (GSA Schedules, etc), business development, proposal management and development, contract administration and expert federal contracting services TargetGov is the nationally-recognized business development firm assisting businesses of all sizes win government contracts. The parent company, MOA, provides corporate business development and marketing-related services including current customer analysis to determine profitability, client profiling, targeted prospect identification and list development, database, marketing plan and strategy development, graphic design, marketing communications and calendar development and execution (advertising, direct mail, fax, email, newsletters, postcards, brochures, etc.).
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