GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING & BID PROTESTS

NovNovember 18 2020

10:00am - 11:30am

  • Add to calendar 2020-11-18 10:00:00 2020-11-18 11:30:00 America/Los_Angeles GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING & BID PROTESTS

    BACK TO BASICS | PTAC/MANATT WEBINAR

    Wednesday, November 18, 2020, 10:00am to 11:30am
    Free

    Examine the nuts and bolts of competitive bidding, how to deal with bid protests, and common pitfalls.


    Government contractors should understand procurement and contract execution from start to finish—how competitive bidding laws are structured, common bidding issues, protests, contract performance, claims and termination. Contracting with the government comes with risks and rewards. Local, state and federal governments each apply different contracting rules, but the underlying concepts are similar.

    In this webinar, members of Manatt’s government and regulatory practice will examine the nuts and bolts of competitive bidding, the different types of competitive bidding, how to deal with bid protests, and common pitfalls after contract award.

    The program will be followed by a brief Q&A session.

    Webinar Topics Include:

    • Common types of procurements
    • How competitive bidding works—when it applies and exceptions to competitive bidding
    • Ramifications of violating competitive bidding rules in local contracts
    • Bid protest procedures and bidder rights absent protest procedures
    • How to prepare and litigate a bid protest or defend against a bid protest as the winning bidder
    • Contract claims
    • Contract terminations

    Speakers

    Randall W. Keen
    Partner, Government and Regulatory, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

    Randy, who successfully defended the highest-valued state government contract awarded in California history, advises clients on bid preparation, contract negotiations and bid protests. He also counsels private-sector and government entities on all things government related.

    Brandon D. Young
    Partner, Government and Regulatory, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

    Brandon focuses on public contracting, infrastructure and public policy. He’s practice focuses on representing clients in all phases of public and private procurement, including local, state and federal government contracts.


    Co Hosted by Norcal PTAC and Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

    Manatt is a multidisciplinary, integrated national professional services firm known for quality and an extraordinary commitment to clients. They focused on specific industry sectors, providing legal and consulting capabilities at the very highest levels to achieve their clients’ business objectives. The firm’s groundbreaking approach—bringing together legal services, advocacy and business strategy—differentiates it from its competitors and positions it to provide a unique and compelling value proposition.


    In collaboration with Northern CA SBDC

     

    CLICK HERE to register


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BACK TO BASICS | PTAC/MANATT WEBINAR

Wednesday, November 18, 2020, 10:00am to 11:30am
Free

Examine the nuts and bolts of competitive bidding, how to deal with bid protests, and common pitfalls.


Government contractors should understand procurement and contract execution from start to finish—how competitive bidding laws are structured, common bidding issues, protests, contract performance, claims and termination. Contracting with the government comes with risks and rewards. Local, state and federal governments each apply different contracting rules, but the underlying concepts are similar.

In this webinar, members of Manatt’s government and regulatory practice will examine the nuts and bolts of competitive bidding, the different types of competitive bidding, how to deal with bid protests, and common pitfalls after contract award.

The program will be followed by a brief Q&A session.

Webinar Topics Include:

  • Common types of procurements
  • How competitive bidding works—when it applies and exceptions to competitive bidding
  • Ramifications of violating competitive bidding rules in local contracts
  • Bid protest procedures and bidder rights absent protest procedures
  • How to prepare and litigate a bid protest or defend against a bid protest as the winning bidder
  • Contract claims
  • Contract terminations

Speakers

Randall W. Keen
Partner, Government and Regulatory, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

Randy, who successfully defended the highest-valued state government contract awarded in California history, advises clients on bid preparation, contract negotiations and bid protests. He also counsels private-sector and government entities on all things government related.

Brandon D. Young
Partner, Government and Regulatory, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

Brandon focuses on public contracting, infrastructure and public policy. He’s practice focuses on representing clients in all phases of public and private procurement, including local, state and federal government contracts.


Co Hosted by Norcal PTAC and Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

Manatt is a multidisciplinary, integrated national professional services firm known for quality and an extraordinary commitment to clients. They focused on specific industry sectors, providing legal and consulting capabilities at the very highest levels to achieve their clients’ business objectives. The firm’s groundbreaking approach—bringing together legal services, advocacy and business strategy—differentiates it from its competitors and positions it to provide a unique and compelling value proposition.


In collaboration with Northern CA SBDC

 

CLICK HERE to register

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