James F. Nagle and Adam K. Lasky to speak at the 56th Annual National Seminar on Government Contracts
Fri Sep 8, 2017
The Annual National Seminar on Government Contracts is an educational activity for students and professionals in the acquisition and contracting community. The Seminar is co-sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota in cooperation with the Twin Cities Chapter, National Contract Management Association, and the North Star Chapter, National Property Management Association. The Seminar features nationally prominent speakers addressing timely and important issues in government contracting and property management.
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A nationally recognized attorney and thought leader in government contract law, Jim Nagle is sought after for his valuable counsel as consultant, expert witness or arbitrator/mediator by the government and its federal contractors. He has unrivaled experience working on supply, services, international, major systems and construction contracts. Throughout his distinguished career, Jim has represented owners, contractors, subcontractors, sureties, architects, engineers and all parties in the contracting process. Jim has been recognized, from among his peers, for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® in 2017 and 2018 for construction law.
With extensive experience litigating federal and state bid protests, Adam has a notable track record of success in multiple protests before the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, GAO and state/local agencies. These successes coupled with his attention to detail and problem-solving capabilities make him the ideal resource for organizations seeking comprehensive counsel on government contracts. A respected thought leader in the government contracts industry, Adam is the author of several articles and chapters in books on bid protests, including “A Practitioner’s Road Map to GAO Bid Protests” (The Construction Lawyer) and the bid protests chapter of “Federal Government Construction Contracts” (ABA 2d ed.). He is also the editor of Oles Morrison’s government contracts blog, The Procurement Playbook. Adam has been rated by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star for government contracts since 2014.