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The Dos and Don'ts of Public Contracting in 2023—Procurement Processes
Public contracting presents a unique set of hurdles and risks that do not typically arise in the private contracting setting. In this complimentary webinar, our experienced construction and public law attorneys will discuss how local and state (Oregon and Washington) contracting rules may apply to the procurement process.
This program will cover:
• The public contracting process and regulations.
• Exemptions from competitive bidding.
• Law and rule changes.
• Tricks and traps in responding to a request for proposal or invitation to bid.
Following the update, the speakers will remain available to address questions.
Who Should Attend?
The complimentary webinar is for contractors and subcontractors, owners and developers, design professionals, and related industry firms.
Feb 28, 2023 09:00 AM in
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Hi there, You are invited to a Zoom webinar. When: Feb 28, 2023 09:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Topic: The Dos and Don'ts of Public Contracting in 2023—Procurement Processes Register in advance for this webinar: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_AspXbZmoRtO0Nk_FsakYug After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. ---------- Webinar Speakers Jeffrey Condit Jeff's core practice focuses on government and regulatory law, including municipal, special district, K-12, and higher education law. He handles matters as diverse as statutory authority and construction, administrative law, public contracting and procurement, public finance, legislation, franchise drafting and negotiation, public records and meetings, government ethics, prevailing-wage issues, and election law. Linda Degman Linda brings extensive practical, industry experience in construction, government contracting, design, and land use. Before joining Miller Nash, Linda was with Portland Community College for nearly 20 years, including serving as the bond program director and the director of planning & capital construction, where she oversaw improvements, planning, construction, and real estate acquisition for the college. Brian Esler Brian’s practice is focused on complex business litigation, intellectual property advice and litigation, construction litigation, defense of financial institutions, and appellate advocacy. He represents a variety of construction industry clients involved in projects throughout the Pacific Northwest, including major public works projects. Scott MacDonald Scott focuses on public and private construction contracting and all areas of construction litigation. He is well-versed in structuring and negotiating contracts for traditional project delivery methods, as well as alternative delivery methods such as GC/CM and design-build projects. When in the best interests of clients, he is a stalwart force in formal dispute resolution, but also carries a solution-focused suite of skills to ensure disputes reach the desired outcome. Christine Taylor Christi represents a wide range of government and public institutions and focuses her practice on government, municipal, and administrative law, including public records and meetings and public contracting. She also has a background in construction law and assists public and private clients through the process of building complex public improvement projects, including construction contract procurement, drafting, and negotiation.
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