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Attorneys from Maynard's GovCon Team to Speak at National 8(a) Conference in Orlando

From January 31, 2022 to February 2, 2022, the National 8(a) Association will be holding its National 8(a) Small Business Conference at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. With over 1,000 attendees, 100 booths, and 250 federal representatives, this year's event will bring together federal agencies, large business primes, corporate companies, and hundreds of small businesses for a healthy dose of education, networking, and sunshine.

We are pleased to announce that Maynard Cooper attorneys Andy Watson, Brad English, and Joshua Duvall will be speaking at the conference. On January 31, Andy, Brad, and Josh will be speaking on a Mentor Roundtable panel discussion on "Legal Rules and Regulations – Teaming, JV, Contract Review, Protest Management.” And, on February 2, Andy will also be speaking on an Educational Breakout Session on "Building Blocks: 8(a) Exit Strategy.” If you plan on attending the conference, please join us for these sessions to learn more about government contracting rules, regulations, and 8(a) exit strategies. You can also reach out directly to Andy, Brad, or Josh if you want to set aside time to connect at the event.

Located in government contracting hubs of Huntsville, AL and Washington, DC, Maynard Cooper’s National Government Solutions Group has broad experience supporting small – 8(a), WOSB, SDVOSB, HUBZone – and large civilian and defense contractors through the full lifecycle of business and contracting issues. Maynard's deep bench and cross-disciplinary practice allows us to form tiger teams with the exact expertise needed to provide efficient, cost-effective solutions for each client’s unique requirements, including bid protests, SBA size and status protests, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), employee stock ownership plans (ESOP), JVs, teaming agreements, subcontracts, False Claims Act litigation, prime/subcontractor disputes, and compliance issues.

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