Navigating Grant and Contracting Opportunities with the United States
A primer on strategies for success and compliance

San Diego Presentation

03/05/2013 11:30 a.m. - 01:30 p.m.

Life Sciences

Morrison & Foerster LLP
12531 High Bluff Drive
San Diego, CA 92130

Tina D. Reynolds and Bradley D. Wine

Tina D. Reynolds and Bradley D. Wine

Seminar

Jennifer Dubman
jdubman@mofo.com
(415) 268-6742

Join Partners from our Government Contracts Practice as we examine federal opportunities in both grants and contracting, and provide information about where to look for such opportunities, as well as strategies for success.  We will examine:

  • Regulatory and compliance obligations that accompany federal grants and contracts
  • Implications of sequestration and other government austerity measures

Panelists:

  • Bradley D. Wine, Partner & Co-chair, Morrison & Foerster Government Contracts Practice
  • Tina Reynolds, Of Counsel, Morrison & Foerster Government Contracts Practice

About:

The Mofo BioMed Luncheon Series are periodic networking and educational programs focused on timely issues that affect the regional and global biopharma and medical device communities. Programs feature guest speakers and subject matter experts from the business and legal communities who discuss relevant topics and answer questions concerning major challenges and opportunities in these sectors.

Who Should Attend:

This presentation is intended for companies that have little or no experience with federal grants and contracting, but are interested in venturing further into this area.

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