Our attorneys will be presenting a Government Contracts Legal Update 2022 in cooperation with The University of Texas at San Antonio Institute for Economic Development PTAC. We will provide a comprehensive update on the most important government contracting legal changes of late 2021 and the first months of 2022.
This free event will take place on April 14 from 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM (CDT). Be sure to check out the registration link if you are interested!
Koprince McCall Potroff LLC is presenting a 3-part series focused on teaming agreements, joint venture agreements and subcontracts which can be essential to winning and successfully performing federal government contracts. Shane McCall and Nicole Pottroff explain how to develop, negotiate and administer agreements that are both compliant and effective for both small and large contractors. The presentations will cover both the key rules (such as flow-downs and ostensible subcontractor affiliation) and best practices for agreements that go beyond the bare minimum legal requirements.
Koprince McCall Pottroff LLC will be presenting a webinar hosted by the El Paso SBA that covers an important topic in federal government contracting – 8(a) Joint Ventures.
In this webinar, government contracts attorneys Shane McCall and John Holtz cover the basics of joint ventures, the specifics of 8(a) joint ventures (including SBA requirements), and how the mentor-protégé program can benefit a joint venture arrangement.
If you’d like to join us for the webinar, mark the date of December 16 on your calendar and here is the link for the event.
Here at Koprince McCall Pottroff LLC, we’re ready to put a wrap on 2021. Join us and our friends at Govology on December 9 as we look back at federal government contracting from the past year.
In this webinar, government contracts attorneys Shane McCall and Steven Koprince cover the most important legal developments for federal contractors in 2021, including new cybersecurity rules, enhanced domestic preferences under the Buy American Act, key provisions of the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act, and much more.
Register here. See you on December 9!
Koprince McCall Pottroff LLC presents a webinar hosted by EPHCC that covers two important topics in federal government contracting – Limitations on Subcontracting and the Nonmanufacturer Rule.
For small businesses and their teammates, few topics in government contracting are as confusing as the limitations on subcontracting for set-aside and socioeconomic sole source contracts. And if that isn’t stressful enough, the “LoS” is an area of heavy enforcement: get it wrong, and a contractor can face major penalties.
The nonmanufacturer rule is one that is commonly misunderstood in the federal government contracting realm. But it is also one we encounter quite often in our role assisting federal contractors.
On December 8, join me, Shane McCall, as I go over both of these important topics in plain English in a single webinar.
To register, just click here.
If you missed it before, here’s your chance to attend one of Koprince McCall Pottroff LLC‘s most popular webinars.
Please join me, Shane McCall, and Steven Koprince on December 1 for this informative webinar hosted by Catalyst on the vaccine mandate. We will cover which contractors and subcontractors must comply, which employees are covered, when employees must be vaccinated, how employers should confirm employee vaccination, and much more, including the latest guidance from the Safer Federal Workplace Task Force.
It’s easy to register: just click here. See you on today!
Here at Koprince McCall Pottroff LLC, we’ve had a lot of contractors ask, “are you going to give a webinar on the contractor vaccine mandate?” I am pleased to say that the answer is yes.
On November 17, please join me and Shane McCall for a special Govology webinar on the vaccine mandate. We will cover which contractors and subcontractors must comply, which employees are covered, when employees must be vaccinated, how employers should confirm employee vaccination, and much more, including the latest guidance from the Safer Federal Workplace Task Force.
It’s easy to register: just click here. See you on November 17!