Overview of the Request for Equitable Adjustment, Claim and Appeal Process for Government Contractor

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For government contractors, understanding requests for equitable adjustment (REAs), claims and, if necessary, the appeal process is essential. Whether encountering circumstances such as differing interpretations over specifications, changes to your scope of work, modification of terms and conditions, funding issues, or prevailing wage adjustments, you may be entitled to additional time and/or money. REAs and claims are mechanisms for contractors seeking to recover from the government.

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For government contractors, understanding requests for equitable adjustment (REAs), claims and, if necessary, the appeal process is essential. Whether encountering circumstances such as differing interpretations over specifications, changes to your scope of work, modification of terms and conditions, funding issues, or prevailing wage adjustments, you may be entitled to additional time and/or money. REAs and claims are mechanisms for contractors seeking to recover from the government.

Join PilieroMazza’s Meghan Leemon and Lauren Brier – members of the Firm’s Government Contracts Claims and Appeals team – on February 19, 2020, as they discuss:

-whether to file an REA or claim and the process for such;

-bases for REAs and claims;

-key elements of a successful REA or claim; and

-the appeal process.

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This communication does not provide legal advice, nor does it create an attorney-client relationship with you or any other viewer. If you require legal guidance in any specific situation, you should engage a qualified lawyer for that purpose. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

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