SmallGovCon’s 1000th Post Is Coming Soon – Help Us Celebrate

When I started writing SmallGovCon back in 2012, I worried that there might not be enough happening in government contracts law to support a robust blog.  Needless to say, I’m not worried anymore.

We’re rapidly approaching SmallGovCon‘s 1000th post (this one is No. 990).  To celebrate, we’re offering one lucky reader the chance to win a free webinar on the government contracting legal topic of your choice.  For details (and to enter) just click here.

What do you like about SmallGovCon?  We want to hear from you!  Contact us and let us know, and check back here regularly in the coming weeks for much more on the SmallGovCon 1000th post celebration.

SmallGovCon Welcomes Ian Patterson

If you’ve been reading SmallGovCon regularly (and I certainly hope that you have!), the name Ian Patterson may ring a bell.  Ian has been a law clerk at Koprince Law LLC since May 2015, and has been credited as the primary author of many SmallGovCon blog posts during that time, including an important recent post on the Rothe Development 8(a) case.

I am pleased to announce that Ian has been admitted to the Bar and is now an Associate Attorney at Koprince Law.  Please feel free to browse Ian’s biography for more information about the latest addition to our growing team, and check back here soon for more of Ian’s writings on government contracts law.

SmallGovCon Welcomes Candace Shields

I am very pleased to announce that Candace Shields is joining our team of government contracts bloggers here at SmallGovCon.

Candace comes to us from the Social Security Administration, where she was an Attorney Advisor for several years.  As an associate attorney at Koprince Law LLC, Candace’s practice focuses on federal government contracts law.

Please check out Candace’s online biography and great first blog post, and be sure to visit SmallGovCon regularly for the latest legal news and notes for small government contractors.

SmallGovCon Welcomes Matt Schoonover

Just last week, SmallGovCon celebrated its third anniversary.  When I started the blog in May 2012, I wondered whether there would be enough “going on” to support a regular blog about government contracting law for small government contractors.  Clearly, my worries were unfounded.

Instead, I have more often found that there is too much happening in the world of government contracting law to be able to blog about everything important.  And so, in an ongoing effort to increase SmallGovCon’s scope and content, I am happy to announce that Matt Schoonover is joining me as a SmallGovCon co-author.  Matt is my colleague at Koprince Law LLC, and works closely with me in providing legal services to government contractors.  He also happens to be a Jayhawk and an all-around nice guy.

Please visit the Koprince Law website to see Matt’s biography and learn more about him and his practice.  And be sure to follow SmallGovCon over the coming weeks for Matt’s posts (and, of course, many more from yours truly).

Introducing Koprince Law LLC

If you are a regular SmallGovCon reader, you might notice a few small changes on our blog–those dealing with our contact information.  I am pleased to announce the formation of Koprince Law LLC, which officially opens its doors for business on Monday, March 30, 2015.  At Koprince Law, we will focus our practice exclusively on providing comprehensive legal solutions to federal government contractors.

Some longtime readers have asked whether SmallGovCon is moving with me to Koprince Law.  Yes!  We will continue to regularly update readers on government contracting news and notes right here at www.smallgovcon.com.  My SmallGovCon co-author, Amanda Wilwert, will join me at Koprince Law and will continue to blog regularly, as well.

My new email address is skoprince@koprince.com and telephone number is (785) 200-8919.  Please feel free to write or call if you have any questions about Koprince Law.  And as always, thank you for reading.