Maria Panichelli to Present Fedmine’s Webinar “The FAR Changes Clause: What It Is, When it Applies, and Why it Matters”
The Chair of Obermayer’s Government Contracting Department, Maria Panichelli, will be presenting at Fedmine’s webinar, titled “The FAR Changes Clause: What It Is, When it Applies, and Why it Matters” on Thursday, April 22, 2021. Join Maria to learn about the various circumstances that implicate the FAR’s Changes clause, and the different things that constitute a “change.” Using real-life examples, Maria will explain how to successfully navigate change-related issues during performance, with a focus on how contractors can get paid for changes as they arise, while also preserving their relationships with government personnel and agencies. Attendees will learn how to identify and distinguish between types of changes, how to provide proper notice, how to avoid conflict with the government over changes, and how to get properly compensated.
Maria focuses her practice on all aspects of federal government procurement law, including bid protests, Contract Disputes Act (CDA) claims and litigation, statutory and regulatory compliance counseling, and small business procurement. She represents a variety of government contractors including construction contractors, information technology and information system contractors, advisory and assistant service contractors, security contractors, dredging contractors, environmental remediation contractors, and suppliers. Maria counsels and guides her clients through the entire lifecycle of their government contracts, providing comprehensive representation that allows her clients to navigate complicated legal requirements while fulfilling their own business goals.