Curious about what happens inside the Department of Justice once you have filed your case against the United States? Wondering how the change in administration may impact the DOJ’s handling of your client’s government contract suit? A recent former Department of Justice attorney will be discussing these topics and more. Specifically, in this targeted webinar, we will discuss:
- Impact of the change in administration on Government contract cases within the DOJ;
- A look behind the curtain – DOJ pathway of analysis;
- Selected Issues In Contracting outside of the United States; and
- Interesting recent decision in the Court of Federal Claims.
Join us for this informative discussion into the Department of Justice and government contract litigation from a former DOJ attorney.
Clients look to Scott’s experience as a seasoned trial attorney with the Department of Justice, and prior Firm experience when it comes to complex legal problems. Scott has first-chaired countless complex litigation matters, and has argued a significant number of matters before both Federal and State trial and appellate courts. Scott’s recent work at the Department of Justice not only involved government contract trials and related procurement fraud prosecution, as well as customs/importation fraud prosecutions, but also direct, meaningful and significant experience working with the most senior United States, International, Afghan, and military officials, in an international context. Recently, Scott completed a 36 month deployment to Afghanistan on behalf of the Department of Justice, including an 18 month tour as the Justice Attaché for the United States. As Justice Attaché, Scott led the office of the Justice Attaché and was responsible for interacting with the most senior State Department, Interagency, Military, International and Afghan leadership in Afghanistan on issues related to the Department of Justice’s mission and related goals of the United States in Afghanistan. Scott previously clerked For the Hon. James L. Ryan, United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.
Continuing Education Credit
1.0 CLE/ 1.0 CPE (Business Law)/0.1 CEU credits may be earned for this course. This course is recommended for 1 CLP credits.
This course has been approved for CLE in CA, PA, VA and TX. Because this activity has been approved in another CLE jurisdiction, you may also receive credit for participation in AK, AZ, AR, CO, FL, HI, IL, ME, MT, NJ, NY, ND, OH and WI (additional state requirements may apply). If you are seeking CLE credits for a jurisdiction other than the ones listed above, please contact us for additional information.
This course can be submitted to Project Management Institute (PMI) for PDU. Upon their approval, it may be worth 1.0 PDU credits.