What regulatory changes have occurred that affect your business? What long-term effects will sequestration have on your future as a government contractor? Do you know how to protect your IP? These and other questions will be addressed at this year’s Thompson Coburn Government Contracts Update. You will leave this seminar with new insights on what you need to know and how you can succeed as a service provider to the federal government.
Nuances of Contracting Relationships
The Intersection of International Trade and Government Contracts
Bid Protest Highlights
Past Performance Primer
Strategic Protection of Your IP
Myths of Government Contracting Panel Discussion
May 14, 2013
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