Date(s) - 01/23/2017
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Mason Enterprise Center
This course is designed to teach and help small business negotiate and leverage relationships with large businesses, other small businesses, and individuals to create successful teaming and subcontract relationships. We will examine the purpose of these agreements, examine the meaning of various provisions contained in these agreements, and discuss strategies for negotiations.
The seminar will be taught by Ken Brody, a founding partner of the law firm of David, Brody and Dondershine, LLP in Reston, Virginia. Ken has over thirty-seven years of experience dealing with procurement issues, as a trial attorney with the Department of the Navy, and for the past 28 years in private practice. His practice focuses on representing government contractors, particularly small businesses, on all aspects of government contracting, including negotiating agreements, the requirements of small business programs, and litigating contract disputes. He also teaches classes for PTAP on Bid Protests and the New Government-wide Mentor-Protégé Program. Additional information about Ken’s practice and experience can be found at his firm’s website: www.dbd-law.com.