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April 08, 2020 - Announcements & Press

Announcing Morrison & Foerster’s Government Contracts Remote Learning Series

Sharp Edges in Export Controls: The Risk Areas for Government Contractors (Morrison & Foerster’s Remote Learning Series Session #4)

Join Morrison & Foerster’s Government Contracts Remote Learning Series as our group provides a monthly overview of the latest topics in government contracting. In each webinar, one or more attorneys from our group will explain the “why” and “how” of a particular legal problem, and lessons available from recent case decisions that inform how best to navigate it. The series will focus on issues that government contractors and their legal teams often face, tailored to the current landscape and circumstances.

Topics include constructive changes, export controls, bid protests, disputes, cybersecurity, key compliance issues, M&A transactions, and more.

We will provide a CLE certificate of attendance whenever possible and other materials to use in seeking continuing education credits.

Program Schedule (subject to change)

April 29Managing Constructive Changes:  Protecting the Bottom Line When the Customer Alters PerformanceJay DeVecchio
May 27Effective Internal Investigations and Disclosures:  Identifying and Managing False Claims Act ProblemsAlex Ward and Rachael Plymale
June 24Government Contract “Gotchas”:  Legal Traps for Government ContractorsDan Chudd and Jim Tucker
July 29Sharp Edges in Export Controls:  The Risk Areas for Government ContractorsCharles Capito and Aki Bayz
August 26Bayh Dole and Other IP Considerations in Grants, Cooperative Agreements, CRADAs, and OTAsTina Reynolds and Locke Bell
September 29Kevin Mullen and Sandeep Nandivada
April 28Export Control Issues, Sanctions, and Supply Chain Risks: What to Expect in the Year AheadCharles Capito
 TBDM&A Transactions:  Key Issues for Maximizing Acquisition Opportunities
 TBDTechnical Data and Intellectual Property:  Protecting the Company Jewels When Contracting with Uncle Sam
 TBDEmployment Issues in Government Contracting