Arbitration of Disputes in Government ContractingForward to colleague
Session ID: 16PRW046
Registration Status: Open
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Faculty and Summary
Private companies that contract with each other to pursue or perform government contracts are hardly immune from encountering disagreements among themselves. Much like other commercial disputes, these can often be resolved by the parties through negotiations. However, when such attempts are unsuccessful, the parties may wind up in federal or state court seeking injunctive relief or damages, or both. This can be a very time-consuming and expensive process, with the added complication that judges may be unfamiliar with the government procurement statutes, regulations, case law and terminology necessary to fully understand the issues involved.
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WHO WOULD BENEFIT FROM THIS PRESENTATION: Arbitrators, advocates, academics, and anyone interested in the dynamics of arbitration related to government contracts.
This program does not qualify for the AAA's annual Arbitrator Continuing Education (ACE) requirement.
Launching the Course After Registration
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