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Introduction to Practicing Before the Federal Boards of Contract Appeals, Webinar

April 19, 2017, American Bar Association

Two things seem to be relatively certain in the Trump Administration: Federal government contracting will continue, and as a result, there still will be disputes between federal agencies and contractors. In fact, based on reports about increasing infrastructure and defense spending, some areas of government contracting may even be on the rise.

This is Part 1 of a set of back-to-back webinars that will provide a comprehensive introduction to practicing before the Federal Boards of Contract Appeals—the busiest forms for the resolution of such disputes. The expert panels feature board judges and experienced practitioners representing both government and industry perspectives.


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