Business teaming relationships and how to make them a success Image

Business teaming relationships and how to make them a success

Tuesday, July 30, 2019 | 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM ET

EVENT OVERVIEW

Business teaming relationships and how to make them a success

Joint Ventures and Teaming Arrangements help firms increase capacity and capability to successfully compete and perform government and commercial project work. When considering a joint venture or a prime subcontract teaming arrangement, it is crucial to understand and address the legal requirements and potential risks before the teaming or joint venture agreement is prepared.

On July 30 at Columbus State Community College, Michelle Kantor will identify the key practical and legal issues to discuss and address with your potential partner to protect you from bid or size protest challenges, contract default risks, financial risks and minimize disputes with your teaming and joint venture partners. You will learn about the difference in teaming, joint venture and mentor protégé relationships to guide you in your decisions to pursue opportunities with others.

Click here to register.

TOPICS

  • Key issues to address in joint venture and prime – subcontractor teaming agreements
  • What is “Affiliation” and how to avoid it
  • Subcontracting limitations and compliance
  • “Ostensible Subcontractor” avoidance
  • Teaming with your Competitors: Tips for Confidentiality, Restrictive Covenants, and trade secret protection
  • New Mentor Protégé program rules
  • Questions to ask in mentor/protégé initial discussions

LOCATION

SPEAKERS

Michelle-Kantor
Michelle Kantor
Member; Chair, Federal Government Contracting and Procurement
mkantor@mcdonaldhopkins.com
+