MoForward 2022: Need-To-Know Developments in Government Contracts and Business

We Have Moved From an In-Person To A Live Virtual Event

18 Oct 2021 01:00 p.m. - 04:00 p.m. EDT

Please join us for our annual MoForward event, which will be presented this year as a series of 9 live webinars. Each webinar will run for 45 minutes to one hour, with additional time afterwards for audience questions. To register, click on the RSVP button, then click on the program titles to register.

Our program this year will offer practical, real-world insights into key developments and issues confronting businesses in today’s environment. MoForward is a collaboration between our deep government contracts bench and our colleagues who have led the government’s and industry’s most significant enforcement and response teams. The comprehensive agenda will cover topics that are at the forefront of the government contracting industry.

We will hold two webinars per day for three days and three webinars on one of the days (Monday) in recognition of the ever-important subject of data rights. These daily sessions are grouped by similar theme. Register for one session or for the entire series.

Session Details:

Day 1, Monday, October 18: Government Contracts Cybersecurity, Transactions, and Data Rights

  • 1:00 p.m.: The Evolving Cybersecurity & Supply Chain Risks – From CMMC and FedRAMP to ICTS and Domestic Preferences
    Speakers: Charles L. Capito, Tina Reynolds, and Sandeep Nandivida
  • 2:30 p.m.: M&A and Due Diligence – Structure, CFIUS, DCSA, and Export Issues
    Speakers: Damien Specht and James Brower
  • 3:30 p.m.: Data Rights – DOD’s Continuing Mission To Take Yours
    Speakers: Jay DeVecchio and Locke Bell
Day 2, Tuesday, October 19: Regulatory Compliance Issues & Risks
  • 1:00 p.m.: Labor Ascending – Aggressive OFCCP Enforcement; Get Ready For Pay Equity, New Executive Orders and Regulatory Changes, and Prohibitions on Non-Competes
    Speakers: Andrew Turnbull and Sydney Cooper
  • 2:30 p.m.: Labor Also Ascending at The Antitrust Division and FTC – Criminal prosecutions of “no poach” and wage rate agreements, with red flags flying for non-solicitation clauses
    Speakers: Lisa Phelan and Rob Manoso
Day 3, Wednesday, October 20: Competition Issues from Bid Protests to Small Businesses
  • 1:00 p.m.: Bid Protests – Latest Developments From Enlightening Decisions to Enhanced Debriefings
    Speakers: Kevin Mullen and James Tucker
  • 2:30 p.m.: Small Businesses Are Your Business – Competition Heats Up For SBIR & STTR Contracts; Embracing OTAs
    Speakers: Caitlin Crujido and Alissandra Young
Day 4, Thursday, October 21: Investigations and Truth In Negotiations
  • 1:00 p.m: From Legal Theories to the Nuts and Bolts of CID Responses – A Practical Approach to Fraud Investigations
    Speakers: Alex Ward and Rachael Plymale
  • 2:30 p.m.: TINA Never Gets Old – What Your Millennials and Generation Z Need to Know About This “Ancient” Law
    Speakers: Kathy Weinberg and Lyle Hedgecock



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