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Category: Government Contract Clauses

Contract Time Bomb #3: The Arbitration Clause

Contract Time Bomb #3: The Arbitration Clause

This is the third and final article in the series “Contract Time Bombs,” where I address common contract terms that could leave your company financially and legally exposed.  These articles address where they are, what they mean, and ways to help fix them.  Be sure to check out the previous articles Contract Time Bomb #1: The […]

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Contract Time Bomb #2: The Indemnification Clause

Contract Time Bomb #2: The Indemnification Clause

This is the second article in the series entitled “Contract Time Bombs,” where I will address common contract terms that could leave your company financially and legally exposed.  I will address where they are, what they mean, and ways to help fix them.  Check out the first article Contract Time Bomb #1: The Severability Clause. Today, […]

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Contract Time Bomb #1: The Severability Clause

Contract Time Bomb #1: The Severability Clause

This is the first article in the series entitled “Contract Time Bombs,” where I will address common contract terms that could leave your company financially and legally exposed.  I will address where they are, what they mean, and ways to help fix them. Pull out any of your standard contracts and you will see this clause. […]

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4 Tips When Dealing with Constructive Changes

4 Tips When Dealing with Constructive Changes

Generally, contractors only get paid for additional goods and services furnished under a government contract if there is a valid modification to that contract.  So what happens when a contractor provides an additional benefit to the government that was not included in the contract, and there was no modification to the contract to support this […]

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