March’s Seminar: Don’t Get Burned! Hot Legal and Compliance Issues in Government Contracting


Can’t make it in person? Watch the live broadcast! Details below.

Program Date and Time

Friday, March 16, 2018, 8:30AM – 10:30AM. Registration, breakfast and networking starts at 7:30AM.

Program Location

UNICOM Technology Park Conference Center, 15000 Conference Center Drive, Chantilly, VA 20151.

Program Description

This program will review the most perilous legal and compliance issues that can burn contractors and contracting professionals. From labor requirements and small business changes to cyber challenges and new directives in the 2018 NDAA, we will cover the breadth of legal and compliance issues impacting the government contracting community. We’ll also discuss the new Section 809 Panel report and what it means for the future of government contracting as well as smoldering fires that can turn to large conflagrations.

In this seminar, attendees will learn about:

  • The latest legal and compliance challenges
  • Mitigation and practical ways to look at potential issues
  • What the contracting community should expect from Congress and regulatory authorities in 2018 and beyond

About The Speaker

Eric S. Crusius is a partner at Holland & Knight and represents government contractors in bid protests and other litigation matters before the Court of Federal Claims, Government Accountability Office, boards of contract appeals and other federal agencies. He counsels clients on a broad range of government contract issues, including the Service Contract Act (SCA) and other labor issues, trade agreements, export controls, subcontracting and teaming agreements, and compliance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). Besides representing government contractors, Eric also represents corporations of all sizes in a variety of matters including intellectual property counseling and litigation (limited to trademark, copyright, and trade secret issues) and complex commercial litigation.

Read Eric’s LinkedIn profile here or follow him on Twitter.

Program Cost

Earn 2 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits! Join us for an informative presentation, a hot breakfast, and an opportunity to network with fellow contract professionals, all for only $40 (NCMA members; $45 for non-members). Our event cancellation policy is here and our inclement weather policy is here.

In order to save on printing costs and to give people an option to use a laptop or tablet, we will email the seminar presentation and any materials prior to the event. The UNICOM Technology Park Conference Center provides complimentary Wi-Fi if you prefer to download the presentation files on the day of the event. We will NOT have printed copies available the day of the event.

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Live Broadcast Available

The Chapter plans to broadcast this seminar live over the Internet using Twitter’s Periscope service. This is part of the Chapter’s strategy of making our offerings available virtually to increase membership participation. Viewers do not need to register for this seminar to watch the broadcast; however, the Chapter cannot issue an attendance certificate or CPE credits at this time.

There are several ways to join the broadcast:

  • Use the on air button below. This will launch the Periscope app on your iOS or Android device (account required) or take you to Periscope’s website from your computer (account not required). Note that if you do not have an account you are not able to participate in the chat.
  • Go directly to the Chapter’s Periscope page at 8:30AM by clicking here.
  • Follow us on Twitter. We will tweet when the broadcast starts and you can watch right from that tweet.

The Chapter will update this page if we encounter technical difficulties and cannot broadcast the seminar.

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