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Terminations for Default and Convenience

August 31 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Free

Unlike in a commercial contract, one of the parties is the sovereign.  The implications of this are far reaching.  To start, the government has a unilateral right to stop the contract for it’s own convenience.  Additionally, when you default on a contract with the government, there are penalties beyond compensation of loss.  In this webinar, Matthew Keller will summarize the rules and procedures surrounding both terminations for convenience and terminations for default.

  1. Terminations for Convenience
    • Where can I find information about terminations for convenience?
    • When does the Government terminate for convenience?
    • How does the Government terminate for convenience?
    • What is the contractor owed?
    • What do I do if I disagree?
  2. Terminations for Default
    • Where can I find information about terminations for default?
    • When does the Government terminate for default?
    • How does the Government terminate for default
    • What does the contractor owe the Government?
    • What else happens when the contractor is terminated for default?
    • What should a contractor do if they are threatened with a termination for default?
  3. Prime-Sub Issues in Terminations

Continuing Education Credits

CLE: This course is recommended for 1.5 CLE credit.

CLP: This course is recommended for 2 CLP credit.

CPE: This course is recommended for 1.5 CPE credit.

CEU: This course is recommended for .2 CEU credit.

PDU: This course is recommended for 1.5 PDU credit.

Details

Date:
August 31
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Cost:
Free
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Venue

Online

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Delivery Method
Webinar