WMACCA Government Contractors Forum

And I Thought Government Contracts Were Tough! – How Your Insurance Contracts Impact Your Government Contract Work – And Vice Versa

24 Jun 2014

Although insurance procurement is not always handled in the legal department, it is important for in-house counsel to understand the insurance options because risk shifting is intertwined with many of the legal risks your company faces. This seminar – focused on the risks faced by government contractors - will address recognizing risks and negotiating the insurance coverage claims and dispute landscape for security, privacy, and other cyber risks; regulatory investigations and related litigation, including coverage for False Claims Act and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act; and property damage and business interruption. In addition, the seminar will address complex accounting issues government contractors face under the FAR and other regulations related to insurance premiums, calculation of losses, and insurance recoveries.



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