The federal government acquires more than $500 billion in goods and services each year. Companies of all sizes who want to diversify their customer base should consider entering the government market. To be successful, a company must understand how government contracts differ from commercial contracts.
This two-part introductory course provides practical advice to companies who have had limited or no involvement with federal contractors. It covers how to get started as a government contractor or subcontractor, how to pursue opportunities, how to protect company intellectual property, and how to resolve performance issues. While insights specific to IT service providers are included, this course is relevant to all industries.
The course is designed to inform in-house counsel of some of the important issues that will arise when a company pursues a government contract.
This program may be eligible for a total of 1 CLE credit(s) in a 60 minute state of which 0 are Ethics credits.
This program may be eligible for a total of 1.2 CLE credit(s) in a 50 minute state of which 0 are Ethics credits.
STATES THAT MCLE CREDIT HAS BEEN APPROVED
This course has been approved for 1 MCLE General Credit(s) in California of which 0 are Legal Ethics, 0 are Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession, 0 are Prevention, Detection and Treatment of Substance Abuse/Mental Illness that Impairs Professional Competence.
This course has been approved for 1 MCLE General Credit(s) in Illinois of which 0 credit(s) qualifies for Professional Responsibility credit.
This course has been approved for 1 CLE Credit(s) in Ohio of which 0 credit(s) qualifies for Ethics credit.
Select Counsel is an approved provider in the State of Pennsylvania. This course has been approved for 1 CLE Credit(s) in Pennsylvania of which 0 credit(s) qualifies for Ethics credit.
This course has been approved for 1 MCLE Credit(s) in Texas of which 0 credit(s) qualifies for Ethics credit.
This course has been approved for 1 CLE Credit(s) in Washington of which 0 credit(s) qualifies for Ethics credit.
Reciprocal States: The following jurisdictions allow reciprocity for courses approved in other MCLE jurisdictions:Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Montana, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, and Oregon.
Self Reporting States: States that allow an attorney to apply or self-report CLE credit are: Alabama, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
With 35 years of government contract law experience gained while an Army JAG officer, a partner at a large law firm, a senior Air Force legal official, and a general counsel for a defense contractor, I represent clients in a wide range of government contract matters, including teaming arrangements, joint ventures, subcontracts, and protection of intellectual property rights. I represent clients in bid protests, contract claims, subcontract disputes, internal investigations, and False Claims Act defense.
PRACTICE FOCUS: Government Contracts
PRIOR ROLES/EXPERIENCE: King & Spalding | Squire Patton Boggs
LAW SCHOOL: Boston University
LOCATION: Washington, DC
Alice Turinas has more than 20 years of experience and frequently acts as outside general counsel for technology focused business and heavy corporate users of SaaS technology. As a former business attorney for a global law firm with 725 attorneys and 13 offices (London, New York, Houston, etc.), and as former senior counsel for AT&T’s web and e-commerce businesses, Alice has developed, negotiated and closed complex cross-border agreements for technology businesses.
PRACTICE FOCUS: Intellectual Property | Corporate and Securities | Data Privacy and Cybersecurity
PRIOR ROLES/EXPERIENCE: BakerBotts | LeClairRyan
LAW SCHOOL: Harvard University
LOCATION: Manhattan, New Jersey, Austin
Please note that Select Counsel delivers multiple on-demand courses. Please view a specific course program’s description page or marketing materials for information indicating the jurisdictions a specific program is eligible for credit.
Select Counsel applies for credit for it’s on-demand seminars the following states:
Select Counsel is an approved accredited provider for in the state of Pennsylvania. CLE credit is available for all Select Counsel courses.
Select Counsel does not seek direct accreditation in AL, AK, AZ, CO, CT, DE, FL, GA, GU, HI, IN, IA, ID, KY, LA, MN, NE, ME, MO, MP, MS, MT, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NV, NC, ND, OK, OR, PR, RI, SC, TN, UT, VI, VA, VT, WI, WV and WY. However, if there is a high demand for a particular state during the registration process, Select Counsel will consider submitting an application for accreditation in that state. Meanwhile, most states allow for Course Approval Reciprocity or Attorney Submitted Applications for Accreditation. Please see details below.
Course Approval Reciprocity
Select Counsel has applied for course approval in CA, IL, OH, TX and WA.The following states allow attorneys to earn CLE credit through reciprocity from a course or course provider that meets the basic requirements for approval in that state. States that allow reciprocity for courses approved in other jurisdictions below. Click any of the states below for rules and regulations regarding reciprocity in that below state.
Select Counsel has submitted applications for course approval in CA, IL, OH, PA, TX, VA and WA. Select Counsel has not submitted applications in the states listed below. Many states allow attorneys to submit a course for approval and/or self-report their attendance to the their MCLE Board if it has not been submitted by the sponsor of the course. Currently attorneys who participate in a Select Counsel course who want CLE for the states listed below need to apply/report directly with that state. However, if there is a high demand for a particular state during the registration process, Select Counsel will consider submitting an application for accreditation in that state.
At this time, Kansas requires the sponsor of all non-traditional format courses to submit the program application. (Kansas will not accept an application from an individual lawyer).
Please note that some states have accreditation fees. In addition, some states may not approve specific programs, formats, or topics for credit. This list is a general guide only. Specific information about your state accreditation requirements can be found on your state's regulator page. For contact state regulator contact information please visit the Continuing Legal Education Regulators Association at www.clereg.org
For each on-demand seminar, Select Counsel will be tracking your attendance through participation codes that pop up during the presentation. Instructions on how to use these participation codes, along with information about how to retrieve your credit will be provided to you prior, during and after the completion of the program.
Upon completion of the course you will receive a either a state specific certificate of attendance for the courses that Select Counsel applied for or a Uniform Certificate of Attendance for states that have reciprocity or are self applying/reporting states.
State by State reporting instructions will be included with each certificate of attendance. You will receive this information via email, as well as in a handout that can be accessed before, during and after the course in your customer account.
Select Counsel only applies for course approval in the following states: CA, IL, OH, TX, and WA and is an accredited provider in PA. Select Counsel will report attendance in any of the above states (e.g. PA) that require the provider to report attendance. For states that allow course approval reciprocity and/or that attorneys are self-reporting/applying, Select Counsel will guide you to the appropriate forms and governing bodies. All information about reporting credit to your state will be provided as a hand out prior, during and after the completion of the course.
The content on this page is for informational and educational purposes only. Each state has its own rules and regulations indicating what qualifies for CLE credit. Certain programs, subjects, and formats may not receive credit in some states and there may be specific rules regarding who may earn credit or the maximum number of credit hours that may be earned with specific formats. Please contact your state MCLE regulatory entity for specific questions about your MCLE rules. For contact information, go to www.clereg.org
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