In the world of government contracting, counsel must not only navigate traditional legal ethics issues, but counsel also
This program, led by attorneys Eric Leonard and Craig Smith, will explore the potential pitfalls that await government contracts lawyers (whether outside counsel, in-house counsel or government counsel) that assist clients in matters involving debriefings, bid protests, due diligence, subcontracting counseling and investigations. In many of these matters, the stakes are high and there simply is no room for error.
Mr. Leonard represents clients on all aspects of federal, state and local procurement matters, including government contracts compliance issues, compliance with federal labor initiatives, such as the Service Contract Act (SCA), bid protests, contract disputes and termination litigation, mergers and acquisitions, government investigations, suspension and debarment matters and False Claims Act actions. His experience includes representation of clients before federal agencies, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and spans virtually all industries involved in contracting with the federal government.
Mr. Smith counsels and represents government contractors and subcontractors on a broad range of government contracting issues, including bid protests, contract claims, disputes, as well as government and internal investigations.
Very practical scope. Very useful.
Very well presented. I'd watch these presenters in another program.
Very engaging. The ethics scenarios were interesting and useful to me even though I do not work in government contracting.
Both speakers were succinct and substantive. Very effective.
Excellent panel. Smooth and knowledgeable. Highly recommend.
This was an excellent presentation. Thank you.
Excellent treatment of ethical issues everyone who does business with govt needs to know. Analyzed many issues I had not thought about
Interesting and informative presentation.
It is good course when the practitioner is representing the contractors and/or sub contractors
This was good
Scenarios were good and explanation on reasons around analysis were also good. Nice job.
Nicely done! Great presentation!
The course does require some familiarity with government contracting, but for those who have it, this is very good summary and overview of the ethics considerations.
Very complex area. Covered well in such a short time.
Very good presentation.
good work from actual government contract lawyers.
Good program. Covered a lot of important issues.
Incredibly impressive. I would appreciate another session on recent decisions in government contracting ethics (since they did not get to that).
Good use of examples to illustrate points.
good rapport between the presenters. Both were very good at presenting the material in an engaging way
Valuable presentation. Thank you.
These guys really know their stuff in the very arcane world of government contracts and ethics!
Good job fellas! (I'm in the same line of work.)
This cle was particularly relevant to my work. I found the instructors to be thorough and engaging.
thorough, good presentations
I liked the informal manner in which the speakers presented the material. Made me feel like they were talking to me from their living room.
This course was excellent at offering a variety of frameworks through which to consider ethical challenges. All on its own, this course justified my Lawline experience.
Extremely insightful and a must take for Government Contracts attorney.
Enjoyed all the instructors. Kept interest. Relevant topics.
Very professional and informative. Thank you
Very informative in relaxed manner. Good eye on ethics.
Fascinating stuff. Definitely a different legal world as compared to a consumer bankruptcy practice.
Really good presentation - right on point
Excellent and thorough presentation
Well organized discussion with relevant examples.
It was great having two professors teach the class.
Good, practical advice regarding potential ethics situations.
I was especially pleased that there were two presenters, given the breadth of the topics involved.
Architecture in-jokes were amusing.
Great speaking team; really knew their stuff on ethics issues re: government contracts.
These guys were great. They really understand possible conflicts