Live Webinar: Changes and Requests for Equitable Adjustments
Join us for the last webinar of the Program Year as we discuss contract changes, requests for equitable adjustments; and change control management.
This program reviews the Government’s rights to insist on changes to a contract, as well as the contractor’s remedies when a change occurs. We will review the differences between commercial vs. non-commercial contracts and directed vs. constructive changes, recognizing the critical importance of a change being ordered by authorized personnel within the government. We will review the process and procedure for submitting Requests for Equitable Adjustments and formal Claims to the Government, reviewing best practices and highlighting some of the key timing requirements set forth under the regulations.
In this program attendees will learn about:
- Contract changes
- Commercial and non-commercial “Changes” Clauses (52-212-4(c); 52.243-1)
- Preparing and submitting Requests for Equitable Adjustments
- Change control management
Friday, June 11, 2021, 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM
How To Join
Zoom Webinar using Windows, Mac, tablet, or mobile
Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton
David Gallacher is a partner with the Washington, DC Office of Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton. David’s professional experience involves a wide variety of litigation, administrative and counseling issues related to Government Contracts and federal procurement laws. His experience includes complex litigation in federal court under the qui tam provisions of the False Claims Act, claims disputes before the Boards of Contract Appeals and bid protest actions. David regularly counsels both domestic and foreign companies on issues relating to compliance with government regulations including, among other things, subcontract administration, country of origin requirements under the Buy American and Trade Agreements Acts, export controls, commercial item exceptions, merger and acquisition due diligence, suspension and debarment and small business requirements. He also regularly conducts compliance reviews and internal investigations to assist companies ensure that they are in full compliance with the law.
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- 2 Hours of Continuing Professional Education (C.P.E.) Credits
- Must Register (click button below)
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Centreville, VA 20120