The award of a prime Government contract or a subcontract flowing from it is often the start of a long and arduous journey, a journey made possible by unfortunately ambiguous, imprecise or contradictory language in the heart of the contract. Over the years, the courts and boards of contract appeals have carved out a well-recognized set of rules to apply to the thorny contract interpretation problems that frequently arise. Using examples from actual cases, this webinar will explore and explain how such issues are identified and resolved.
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April 8, 2014
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