COVID-19 and the Federal Contractor
Coronavirus (or COVID-19) is impacting almost every aspect of life across the country. Between stay at home orders, project shutdowns, and disruptions to the labor force and supply chains, federal government contractors face a difficult path dealing with the uncertainty caused by this pandemic.
In this presentation, government contracts attorney Matthew Schoonover will discuss the impact of COVID-19 on federal government contracts. Discussion topics will include the implementation of the Defense Production Act, opportunities for small business assistance, and how to protect your company from delays and cost impacts caused by the pandemic.
About the Presenter:
Matthew is the managing partner of Koprince Law LLC, a boutique law firm that counsels clients about the unique legal issues they experience working with the federal government. In addition to advising clients about regulatory and socio-economic compliance issues, Matt prepares effective and compliant teaming agreements, subcontracts, mentor/protégé agreements, joint venture agreements, and other key documents. A significant portion of Matt’s practice, moreover, involves representing contractors in bid protests, size and socio-economic category protests and appeals, and in claims and appeals matters under the Contract Disputes Act.
Matt has presented on government contracting legal issues to a variety of audiences across the country. He has also been quoted in articles appearing in Bloomberg.com, Law360.com, Westlaw Journal, and Contract Management magazine.
You can read Matt’s government contracting posts on SmallGovCon.com, including his 5 Things You Should Know series, or following him on Twitter @mtschoonover. Matt’s email address is email@example.com.