The United States government is one of the largest purchaser of goods and services in the world. The volume and complexity of transactions related to procurement are some of the reasons that transactions with the government are most vulnerable to corruption. State and federal regulatory compliance can be tough to navigate and the process can make even routine sales and marketing practices vulnerable to civil and criminal liability. This webinar analyzes the regulatory framework, including identification of some of the legal risks in solicitations, pre- and post-award bid protests, contract compliance, change orders, and contract claims and disputes. The webinar also discusses defense strategies of a company that is accused of fraud or civil non-compliance. The panel will also examine how the pandemic has increased activity in certain sectors and how the volume, speed, and emergent conditions have presented new challenges in terms of compliance in government contracts.
Rafael X. Zahralddin-Aravena is a skilled business lawyer and litigator with significant experience advising clients in corporate and commercial litigation, insolvency, distressed M&A, compliance, corporate law and entity formation, corporate… Read More
Alfredo has more than 40 years of experience in real estate, international transactions, land use, governmental, healthcare, environmental and aviation law. Moreover, he has extensive experience representing governmental agencies including… Read More
Ben is primarily a government contracts attorney, but also has experience with and handles many other legal matters in the defense and technology industries. Ben has experience with litigation, investigations,… Read More
Christopher Garcia is an associate in the Washington, D.C. office of Crowell & Moring, where he is a member of the firm’s Government Contracts Group. As part of his government… Read More