This course focuses on the basic legal principles involved in federal government contracts. You’ll get expert analyses of the fundamental principles of the common law rules, statutes, regulations and policy pronouncements as interpreted by the federal court and board of contract appeals decisions that form the foundations of government contract law.
You’ll obtain a practical knowledge of the law and an understanding of how it is applied on a daily basis, as well as find out about recent changes, new developments and anticipated trends. Class discussions of significant government contract cases, a key feature of the course, provide excellent examples of the many rules, statutes, regulations and court and administrative board decisions that you must consider when preparing government contracts.
You’ll also learn how government contracts differ from standard contracts.