The FAR Changes Clause: What It Is, When it Applies, and Why it Matters

The Changes clause just maybe the most important clause in your contract!

Learn more about this clause and why it should matter to you in our upcoming webinar with Maria Panichelli, Partner at Obermayer, Rebmann, Maxwell & Hippel, on April 22nd at 12 Noon EST.

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Many of the issues that arise during the performance of a government contract are within the scope of the Changes clause. Accordingly, if you want to understand your obligations and your rights, and if you want to know how to recover for change-related delays or damages, it is imperative that you understand this clause, and how it is applied.

In this webinar, experienced government contracting attorney Maria Panichelli will discuss the various circumstances that implicate the FAR’s Changes clause, and the different things that constitute a “change.” Using real-life examples, Maria will explain how to successfully navigate change-related issues during performance, with a focus on how contractors can get paid for changes as they arise, while also preserving their relationships with government personnel and agencies. Attendees will learn how to identify and distinguish between types of changes, how to provide proper notice, how to avoid conflict with the government over changes, and how to get properly compensated.

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Our Speaker

Maria Pancinelli

Partner and Chair for the Government Contracting Practice Group

Obermayer, Rebmann, Maxwell & Hippel

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Moderated By:

Archisha Mehan

Fedmine, Vice President


Please our website to learn more about our upcoming webinars.