Very few federal contracts are completed without some sort of delay occurring, but who is responsible for the resulting costs? Before you can determine liability for project delays, you have to understand the framework that federal courts use to analyze delays on government contracts.
This 90-minute webinar features experienced government contracting attorney Maria Panichelli explaining how to distinguish delays and suspensions from disruption. She discussed the different types of delay (compensable, excusable, and concurrent), and walk you through the process of establishing government liability for the delay.
Webinar attendees learn about the common pitfalls contractors run into in pursuing a delay claim, including the effect of releases and waivers in contract modifications and pacing issues. We also discuss the various types of damages that may be recoverable as a result of government-caused suspensions and delays, including general conditions and unabsorbed home office overhead.