Thomson Reuters 2022 Government Contracts Year-in-Review Conference: Mandatory Disclosure

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Blank Rome Partner Stephanie M. Harden co-presented the “Mandatory Disclosure” session for Thomson Reuters’ 2022 Government Contracts Year-in-Review Conference, a series of virtual online programs available through the West LegalEdcenter online platform.

Stephanie was joined for her one-hour session by co-presenter Amy Conant Hoang, a partner at K&L Gates LLP.

Additional topics covered at this year’s conference include:

      • Converging Procurement Systems
      • International Public Procurement Law: Key Developments 2021
      • Export Controls, Economic Sanctions, Anti-Corruption and CFIUS: Compliance and National Security Concerns
      • Statutes & Regulations
      • Bidding & Negotiation
      • Cost & Pricing Issues
      • Performance Problems
      • Terminations
      • Bid Protest Overview 
      • Disputes
      • Intellectual Property in Government Contracts
      • Emerging Policy & Practice Issues
      • Fraud, Debarment & Suspension
      • Cybersecurity for Government Contractors
      • Commercial Item Contracting
      • Accounting & Compliance
      • Labor & Employment

A copy of the full event agenda is available here.

Blank Rome LLP was pleased to once again serve as a sponsor for this leading industry event hosted by Thomson Reuters, which brings together hundreds of leading attorneys, executives, and government officials for high-level, expert briefings on the past year’s legal developments affecting government contracts. Each registrant received a PDF download copy of the conference briefs, which include a detailed outline and discussion of the topics addressed at the conference.

To learn more, please visit the Government Contracts Year-in-Review Conference event page.

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