In a time of heightened oversight, more burdensome regulations and fallout from False Claims Act cases, the American Conference Institute’s annual government contracting industry forum will bring together primes, subcontractors, lawyers, accountants, and government officials for in-depth discussion on subcontracting best practices and risk mitigation techniques. Topics include compliance with mandatory subcontractor flowdown requirements, disclosure guidelines, and prevention of non-performance and payment disputes.
Hogan Lovells Todd R. Overman will lead a pre-forum workshop entitled “Implementing the Most Contentious Mandatory Flowdown Provisions: From Data Rights to Defective Pricing” on October 1 from 1:30 to 5:00 p.m. The interactive workshop will guide participants through the most complex and contentious clauses that are “flowed down,” including product/service specifications, scope of work, dispute resolution guidelines, and other federal regulations. Participants will take away best practices for reducing business delays and negotiating fair, but compliant, agreements.
Additional conference and registration information can be found at http://www.americanconference.com/2012/757/government-subcontracting-management-compliance--enforcement.
A referral discount of $200 off the conference price is available by contacting Adam Denenberg at firstname.lastname@example.org and mentioning that Todd referred you.