VetBizLawyer Podcast

12 M&A Legal Issues Government Contractors Face

March 17, 2020 Joseph Season 1 Episode 1
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12 M&A Legal Issues Government Contractors Face
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VetBizLawyer Podcast
12 M&A Legal Issues Government Contractors Face
Mar 17, 2020 Season 1 Episode 1
Joseph

12 M&A Issues for Government Contractors

 [Introduction]

My name is Joe Whitcomb I am founder and president of Whitcomb Selinsky, PC. We are a veteran owned and operated law firm situated in South Metro Denver Colorado. This morning I'm going to speak to you about a subject about which I get a fair number of questions. It doesn't come up every day, but it comes up regularly enough that I felt like it was worth dedicating a webinar to. And it's on the issue of mergers and acquisitions and the 12 special legal issues that government contractors have to deal with. Now as a law firm, we do a good bit of government contracting. Most of our clients are veteran owned or service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses situated around the country. And like any other business, the owners want to get ready at some point with potentially merging with another company. purchasing another company, or selling to another company. Some are eager to retire while others may want to move  on to another venture. So today we're going to talk about 12 issues that are particular to government contractors. Some of them are issues that deal specifically with government contractors that operate in the socio-economic space like women-owned businesses, 8(a)s, service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses. You'll hear me use the term SDVOSB or service-disabled veteran-owned small business interchangeably. We want to cover those issues today. I hope you find the information informative and useful. 

 [Conclusion]

 These twelve things that we’ve just outlined, will be included in the written text to accompany this video that you'll be able to follow along and use for posterity. It is also my intension to get the audio for these videos into podcasts, so that you can review them again later if needed. My name is Joe Whitcomb. I just covered the twelve legal issues of mergers and acquisitions that while not unique to government contractors are certainly a priority for them. If you have any questions or concerns, of course we are a resource. We welcome your questions.

Show Notes

12 M&A Issues for Government Contractors

 [Introduction]

My name is Joe Whitcomb I am founder and president of Whitcomb Selinsky, PC. We are a veteran owned and operated law firm situated in South Metro Denver Colorado. This morning I'm going to speak to you about a subject about which I get a fair number of questions. It doesn't come up every day, but it comes up regularly enough that I felt like it was worth dedicating a webinar to. And it's on the issue of mergers and acquisitions and the 12 special legal issues that government contractors have to deal with. Now as a law firm, we do a good bit of government contracting. Most of our clients are veteran owned or service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses situated around the country. And like any other business, the owners want to get ready at some point with potentially merging with another company. purchasing another company, or selling to another company. Some are eager to retire while others may want to move  on to another venture. So today we're going to talk about 12 issues that are particular to government contractors. Some of them are issues that deal specifically with government contractors that operate in the socio-economic space like women-owned businesses, 8(a)s, service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses. You'll hear me use the term SDVOSB or service-disabled veteran-owned small business interchangeably. We want to cover those issues today. I hope you find the information informative and useful. 

 [Conclusion]

 These twelve things that we’ve just outlined, will be included in the written text to accompany this video that you'll be able to follow along and use for posterity. It is also my intension to get the audio for these videos into podcasts, so that you can review them again later if needed. My name is Joe Whitcomb. I just covered the twelve legal issues of mergers and acquisitions that while not unique to government contractors are certainly a priority for them. If you have any questions or concerns, of course we are a resource. We welcome your questions.