Federal Procurement and Contracting: Ins and Outs of Government Contract Litigation

April 20, 2021

Join Dykema attorneys John Dulske and Joanne Zimolzak for a discussion of how litigation can arise and proceed in the government contracts context, including practical tips for companies considering affirmative litigation as well as those who find themselves involved in it. Government contracting requires detailed knowledge of applicable procurement laws and regulations, but it also can involve a significant amount of litigation. For example, “disappointed bidders” may consider filing a bid protest, but there are myriad issues to consider in doing so, such as timing, forum, the type of corrective action sought, and the likelihood of success (among others). This program will discuss bid protest litigation as well as how contractors providing goods or services may consider claims litigation in appropriate circumstances, and other ways in which contractors may find themselves involved in litigation arising out of a government contracting relationship (including in an enforcement/regulatory compliance context). 

Tuesday, April 20, 2021
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. EST

Speakers: John Dulske, Member, San Antonio and Joanne Zimolzak, Member, Washington, D.C.

CLE accreditation is anticipated for California, Illinois and Texas. We provide Uniform Certificates of Attendance and jurisdiction-specific information for those licensed in other jurisdictions. HRCI eligibility will be determined after the program. If HRCI accredited, we provide Certificates of Attendance to all attendees who return a completed Record of Attendance. Please contact Kelsey Rustigian at with questions.

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