October 19, 2011, "Far PT 12 Commercial Item Terminations for Convenience: Is Fair Compensation Required?" Presented at the American Bar Association Section on Public Contract Law Committee on Commercial Items, DLA Piper; Washington, DC
This presentation focuses on FAR Part 12 Commercial Item Terminations for Convenience
June 10, 2009, "Government Contract Teaming - A Subcontractors Perspective"
Presented at the National Small Business Association, Small Business Conference; Washington, DC
This presentation focuses on prime contractor and subcontractor Teaming Agreements
November 5, 2007, "GSA Multiple Award Schedule Compliance, Audits, Investigations" Presented at the Ingram Micro GovEd Alliance Invitational; Austin, TX
This presentation provides a review of compliance issues incident to GSA Multiple Award Schedule contracting. Topics covered include:
- The Price Reduction Clause
- Changes in Commercial Practices
- The Trade Agreement Act
- Beyond-the-Scope Orders
- Other Compliance Issues
- Audits and Investigations
- The Civil and Criminal False Claims Acts
- Suspension and Debarment
- How to Stay Out of Trouble
April 28, 2006, "Contract Bundling: It's still happening...what can you do?" Government Contracting Institute (GCI) Presented at Federal Contracting 06-07 Conference; Washington, DC
May 12, 2005, "Best Practices: Ten Mistakes to Avoid" Presented at the Small Business Procurement Summit; Washington, DC
October 19, 2004, "Terminations for Convenience: How to Maximize Contractor Recovery"
Paul J. Seidman worldwide presentation as an NCMA audio seminar. The seminar covers:
- "Tricks of the Trade" - Maximizing contractor recovery
- The "fair compensation principle"
- The formula for recovery
- What IDIQ and Service contractors need to know
- Common improper disallowances and how to overcome them
- Recovery for defective and nonconforming work
- How to deal with impractical proof requirements
- Charging normally indirect costs as direct
- Obtaining partial payments.
- FAR Part 12 Contracts for Commercial Items and Services
A 90 minute CD of the audio presentation can be ordered from NCMA at http://www.ncmahq.org/education/audio.asp
October 2, 2003, "Service Contracting in the New Millennium"
An Educational Seminar for Contractor Executives cosponsored by Seidman & Associates, P.C., the Professional Services Council ("PSC"), NCMA Tysons Corner Chapter ("NCMATCC") and NCMA Washington DC Chapter.
Speakers: Paul J. Seidman and Robert D. Banfield, principals in Seidman & Associates, P.C., Attorneys at Law; Stan Z. Soloway, President, PSC; Alan L. Chvotkin, Senior Vice President, PSC; Larry Allen, Executive Vice President, Coalition for Government Procurement; and Victor Ramos, Contracts Manager Raytheon.
April 30, 2003, "Terminations for Convenience: How to Maximize Contractor Recovery"
Paul J. Seidman and Robert D. Banfield, a Professional Series Seminar Sponsored by NCMA Tysons Corner Chapter and Seidman & Associates, P.C.
December 3, 2002, "Terms and Conditions in Government Contracts"
Paul J. Seidman, presentation to 2002 Federal Marketplace - IT Opportunities and New Procurement Policy Conference, sponsored by the Computer Technology Industries Association ("compTIA"), the Professional Services Council ("PSC"), OKI and Ingram Micro
April 10, 2002, - "Government Contracts: How They Differ From Commercial Contracts and Dispute Resolution"
Paul J. Seidman, presentation to NCMA Tysons Corner Chapter CPCM Candidates
October 23, 2001, "War Time Contracting - Profit Limitations" Presented to the NCMA Tyson's Corner (VA) Chapter, Monthly Dinner Meeting
In a time of war, the Defense Department may preempt commercial contracts in favor of DoD contracts, and the rules governing government contracts may change as well. Panel discussion by three attorneys: Paul Seidman, David Dempsey and Scott Chaplin.
The Seidman & Associates government contracts law firm represents businesses nationwide with concerns about contract matters involving U.S. federal government agencies as well as foreign government agencies.