Jay Gallagher is a nationally renowned litigator who has been representing government contractors, including the largest aerospace companies, for more than three decades. His experience includes the full range of government contract financial issues, including Cost Accounting Standards, civil and criminal fraud investigations and litigation, defective pricing, terminations, claims, breach of contract and cost allowability.
Tom Lemmer routinely counsels clients on federal contract formation, contract administration and dispute resolution. In the area of federal government procurement, Mr. Lemmer has significant experience in numerous areas, including contract cost allowability under the Cost Principals in the FAR, DEAR and OMB Circulars, the Cost Accounting Standards (CAS) and Truth in Negotiations Act (TINA). In the areas of CAS, Mr. Lemmer has been involved in issues involving compensation, particularly pensions, postretirement benefits and employee stock ownership plans; restructuring issues; asset valuations in the context of mergers and acquisitions; independent research and development (IR&D) and bid and proposal (B&P) issues; legal costs; and environmental cost recovery issues.
Steve Masiello represents both large and small companies across diverse industries including aerospace and defense, construction and engineering services, information technology, health care, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals and renewable energy. Mr. Masiello possesses substantial experience assisting clients with government contract cost accounting, cost allowability and contract estimating and pricing matters, including resolution of audit findings. Specifically, he advises clients on issues arising out of the Cost Accounting Standards (CAS), Cost Principles in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and OMB Circulars and the Truth in Negotiations Act (TINA).
Kevin Slattum's practice touches on nearly all aspects of federal government procurements with extensive experience in contract disputes, government cost accounting issues, cost recovery and Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) challenges, subcontract disputes, bid protests, contract terminations and fraud/false claims defenses. In recent years, he has successfully challenged DCAA cost disallowances and unfavorable accounting and internal controls systems determinations and during his career he has obtained cost recovery and defended claims in the context of Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) cost allowability, Truth In Negotiation Act (TINA) and CAS issues.
Tuesday, May 8, 2012 - Wednesday, May 8, 2013 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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