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Government Contracts Mergers & Acquisitions in 2017: Challenges and Opportunities on the Horizon

June 27, 2017 • Washington, D.C.

Starts: 12:00 PM (EDT)
Ends: 1:30 PM (EDT)
Site: Crowell & Moring
Address: 1001 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20004 View Map (view map)

Please join us on June 27, 2017 for a lunchtime panel discussion regarding “Government Contracts M&A in 2017: Challenges and Opportunities on the Horizon.”

Panelists:
  • Mike Molino, SVP, Corporate Strategy, Leidos
  • Tim Garnett, Managing Director, Avascent
  • David Wodlinger, Partner, Arlington Capital
  • Marc Marlin, Managing Director, KippsDeSanto & Co.
  • Addie Cliffe, Partner, Crowell & Moring 
During this program, moderated by Peter Eyre, a panel of industry, private equity, law firm, and government representatives will tackle key considerations for buyers and sellers to take into account when structuring and executing M&A transactions in the government contract marketplace, including: due diligence “hot spots” and effective risk management; specific considerations regarding transactions involving for foreign entities; and unique requirements when acquiring or selling companies in the defense and intelligence fields.

Crowell & Moring Contacts:

Contact: Kim Peters (202.508.8991, kpeters@crowell.com)


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