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Year: 2006

Public-Private Partnerships and Major Infrastructure Construction

Mark E. Hanson and Dorothy E. Terrell, partners at Smith Pachter McWhorter, presented a program on “Public-Private Partnerships and Major Infrastructure Construction” on Thursday, December 7th, 2006 in San Francisco, California.

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“Aspects of Construction Scheduling” recently published in the Section of Public Contract Law’s The Procurement Lawyer.

Mark Hanson recently prepared an article entitled “Aspects of Construction Scheduling,” which was published in the October 2006 edition of the The Procurement Lawyer, the quarterly members’ publication of the ABA’s Section of Public Contract Law.

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No Rest for the Weary: Bid Protests in Virgina

An article by Jonathan D. Shaffer and David S. Stern entitled “No Rest for the Weary: Bid Protests in Virginia” was published in the October 2006 issue of the Virginia Lawyer.

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“Aspects of Construction Scheduling” recently published in the Section of Public Contract Law’s The Procurement Lawyer.

Mark Hanson recently prepared an article entitled “Aspects of Construction Scheduling,” which was published in the October 2006 edition of the The Procurement Lawyer, the quarterly members’ publication of the ABA’s Section of Public Contract Law.

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John Pachter Testifies on Contractor Recovery of Interest on Claims and Disputes Before Federal Acquisition Panel on Behalf of ABA Section of Public Contract Law

On July 7, 2006, on behalf of the Section of Public Contract Law, American Bar Association, John Pachter presented a statement on reform of interest recovery by government contractors on claims and disputes to the Acquisition Advisory Panel, which consists of experts from the public and private sector.

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Richard F. Smith Named One Of Virginia's Top Lawyers In Alternative Dispute Resolution

Richard F. Smith, a founding member of the law firm of Smith Pachter McWhorter PLC, has been named one of Virginia's "Legal Elite" in the field of Alternative Dispute Resolution by the Virginia Business magazine.

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Rirchard C. Johnson Further Supports His Comments on FAR Case 2004-025

Richard C. Johnson, an experienced practitioner in the area of government property matters, submitted two documents to The Honorable William J. Haynes II reinforcing the view that the elimination of title passage, as proposed by the FAR drafters, would work to the detriment of DoD.

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