Government Contract Litigation Best Practices : Leading Lawyers on Understanding Regulations, Planning Defensively, and Successfully Litigating Government Contracts
Government Contract Litigation Best Practices is an authoritative, insider's perspective on best practices for litigating government contract disputes. Featuring partners and chairs from some of nation's leading firms, these experts guide the reader More...
Publisher: Aspatore Books
Size: 5.84" wide x 8.32" long x 0.43" tall
Government Contract Litigation Best Practices is an authoritative, insider's perspective on best practices for litigating government contract disputes. Featuring partners and chairs from some of nation's leading firms, these experts guide the reader through the intricacies of a government contract lawsuit, including important differences and similarities between commercial and government contract litigation, the regulations that govern government contracts and the conduct of government officials, and key differences between the forums available for dispute resolution. These top lawyers give tips on structuring bid protests, how to interest the government in alternative dispute resolution when appropriate, how to recognize and take advantage of settlement opportunities, and how to handle the possibility of collateral attacks.
|Thirty-Four Years in the Trenches: Observed Principles of Government Contracts Litigation||p. 7|
|The "Big Tent" Practice of Government Contracts Law||p. 23|
|Getting the Government To Play by its Own Rules||p. 37|
|Leveling the Playing Field: Preparation and Experienced Counsel Are Key||p. 47|
|Making the Process go As Smoothly as Possible||p. 61|
|Public Project and Finance Litigation||p. 71|
|What Makes Government Contract Litigation so Unique?||p. 85|
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