Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend Launches Government Contracts Blog
Welcome to Kilpatrick Townsend’s Government Contracts ConneKTion Blog -- a resource to help you keep up with developments in the constantly changing government contracting legal landscape.
As many of you know, a group of high-profile government contracts attorneys joined Kilpatrick Townsend’s Construction & Infrastructure Group last summer in Washington, D.C.:
- Gunjan Talati, Partner
- Larry Prosen, Partner
- John Bergin, Counsel
- Daniel Broderick, Associate
- Chris Henel, Associate
Since joining, they have been regularly distributing alerts on a number of government contracting issues including the False Claims Act, changes to government contracting small business programs, Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive Order, and the Committee on Foreign Investments in the United States (CFIUS). In an effort to publish more content more quickly, the firm has created the blog to feature new content.
Again, to stay informed please click here or insert the Government Contracts ConneKTion Blog address into your browser: http://blognetwork.kilpatricktownsend.com/governmentcontractsconnektion/.
For more information, please contact Gunjan Talati at email@example.com or
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