Cohen Seglias and Govology Webinar
We are excited to bring you a webinar that we are hosting with Govology and presented by Maria Panichelli. We are happy to provide followers and friends of Cohen Seglias a 25% discount off of this webinar when they register using the code govology25. This is a live webinar that includes on-demand recordings that you will be able to access even if you cannot make the scheduled time. We think you will find this webinar not only informative but also a useful tool!
Date: July 21, 2016
Time: 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. EDT (10:00 a.m. PDT)
Duration: approx. 90 minutes
Solving Post-Award Problems Through Change Orders, REAs, and Claims
You’ve secured your Federal contract award, but what comes next? As any Federal contractor will tell you, the contract award is only the beginning — performance presents a whole new series of challenges. The FAR and its supplementary regulations impose a host of obligations on contractors, and can impact the ways in which a contractor performs a contract. These rules and regulations also dictate the ways in which those contractors can seek compensation for unanticipated costs incurred on the job.
In this webinar, experienced Federal Contracting attorney Maria Panichelli will teach you about Requests for Equitable Adjustment, Claims, and the differences between the two. Maria will walk you through the CDA Claim litigation/appeal process, explaining how to maximize your likelihood of success, as well as the amount of your recovery, when making claims against the Federal government.
After attending this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Differentiate between REAs and Claims and determine when to use which;
- Understand how to appeal a claim denial to the Boards of Contract Appeals or the Court of Federal Claims;
- Understand Sub v Prime and Miller Act Claims.
Maria L. Panichelli is an Associate in the Firm’s Construction and Federal Contracting Groups. As a member of the Federal Group, Maria represents a national client base of prime and sub-contractors, with a focus on federal construction contracting, and small business procurement issues.