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  • NASBP 2020 VIRTUAL SEMINAR PACKAGE

    Contains 209 Product(s) 1 new product(s) added recently

    ​Registration for the 2020 Virtual Seminar Annual Subscriptions, is now open and available only to NASBP Members, Affiliates, and Associates. Still only $995–that’s nearly half off what you would pay if you bought each of the nearly two dozen Virtual Seminars individually. Again in 2020, NASBP is offering a Subordinate Subscription, available online to the enrolled member location(s) of an NASBP maximum dues-cap member and the branch location(s) of an affiliate member. In order for a Member or Affiliate to be eligible for the Subordinate Subscription, one enrolled member location must already have purchased the Virtual Seminar Annual Subscription at the $995 fee. Then when any (or each) enrolled member location goes to register, it will be charged only the $250 Subordinate Subscription fee (If you are not seeing the subordinate subscription rate, please contact Professional Development at prodev@nasbp.org and request a subordinate discount registration code).

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    Registration for the 2020 Virtual Seminar Annual Subscriptions, is now open and available only to NASBP Members, Affiliates, and Associates. Still only $995–that’s nearly half off what you would pay if you bought each of the nearly two dozen Virtual Seminars individually. Again in 2020, NASBP is offering a Subordinate Subscription, available online to the enrolled member location(s) of an NASBP maximum dues-cap member and the branch location(s) of an affiliate member. In order for a Member or Affiliate to be eligible for the Subordinate Subscription, one enrolled member location must already have purchased the Virtual Seminar Annual Subscription at the $995 fee. Then when any (or each) enrolled member location goes to register, it will be charged only the $250 Subordinate Subscription fee (If you are not seeing the subordinate subscription rate, please contact Professional Development at prodev@nasbp.org and request a subordinate discount registration code).

    Note: NASBP member firms that are not maximum dues-cap members but have several dues-paying members in different locations are still eligible for the Annual and Subordinate Subscriptions but due to database restrictions, the transaction must be completed manually through NASBP staff.  One location must first purchase the Annual Subscription at the $995 rate (payable online with a credit card), and then the dues-paying member location(s) should email prodev@nasbp.org and request a subordinate discount registration code to register at the discounted rate online.

    Virtual Seminar Annual and Subordinate Subscriptions are Non-refundable, cannot be pro-rated, and must be purchased by June 1, 2020.

    All Annual and Subordinate Subscribers will:

    • Be registered automatically for all Virtual Seminars held in 2020;
    • Automatically have access to recordings of all Virtual Seminars held in 2020;
    • Automatically have access to the library of past Virtual Seminars on-demand throughout the year!

    Each purchased registration, whether an Annual or Subordinate or one-time purchase, grants access to one computer login/phone connection per physical location.

    Interested in registering 14+ locations, additional discounts are available, please contact Professional Development at prodev@nasbp.org.


  • AIA 2019 Documents: Construction Manager as Adviser

    Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 03/24/2020 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    Use of the Construction Manager as Adviser (CMa) family of AIA Contract Documents may be appropriate when the owner’s project incorporates a fourth prime player—the construction manager adviser—on the project team (owner, architect, and contractor).

    Use of the Construction Manager as Adviser (CMa) family of AIA Contract Documents may be appropriate when the owner’s project incorporates a fourth prime player—the construction manager adviser—on the project team (owner, architect, and contractor). The CMa acts as an independent adviser to provide coordination, scheduling, review, and other services through the design and construction phases where multiple direct-to-owner contractors are used.  Join Ken Cobleigh, Managing Director and Counsel at the American Institute of Architects (AIA) as he leads our exploration of the newly revised AIA CMa documents and learn about the contractual relationships set forth in these agreements and how to properly allocate risks and responsibilities in order to achieve a successful project to the benefit of all project participants, building inhabitants, and the general public.

    Attendees will also learn about changes in the industry since the 2009 release of the AIA’s construction management documents and examine how these changes are addressed in the 2019 update of the documents including expanded Construction Manager’s preconstruction services and a new Sustainable Projects Exhibit for use with the construction management documents.

    Kenneth W. Cobleigh, Esq.

    Managing Director and Counsel, American Institute of Architects

    Ken Cobleigh is a Managing Director and Counsel at the American Institute of Architects. Ken works with a team of lawyers, specialists and support staff, and the AIA Documents Committee, in developing and publishing AIA Contract Documents. Ken regularly conducts seminars and workshops on topics related to design and construction, as well as topics related to the AIA Contract Documents program, and is the author of several articles and other publications on such topics.

    Ken is a graduate of the University of Maryland, where he earned both his B.A. and J.D. with honors.

    Prior to joining the AIA in 2006, Ken practiced for eighteen years as a construction attorney in private practice Maryland law firms. During that time, he represented owners, contractors, subcontractors and design professionals in a number of dispute resolution forums, including State and Federal Courts and administrative agencies, mediation and arbitration. Ken is admitted in state and federal courts in the State of Maryland.

    imageSee your success with Old Republic Surety. Success can come from a ferocious appetite to win. Strength helps too. Choose a surety partner with the character to win. We write bid bonds, performance & payment bonds and maintenance bonds in all 50 states. Responsive, Reliable, Respected - Old Republic Surety.

  • AIA 2019 Documents: Construction Manager as Constructor

    Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 02/25/2020 at 2:00 PM (EST)

    Use of the Construction Manager as Constructor (CMc) family of AIA Contract Documents may be appropriate when the owner employs a construction manager who provides pre-construction phase advising services and then becomes responsible for completing the construction.

    Use of the Construction Manager as Constructor (CMc) family of AIA Contract Documents may be appropriate when the owner employs a construction manager who provides pre-construction phase advising services and then becomes responsible for completing the construction. Join Ken Cobleigh, Managing Director and Counsel at the American Institute of Architects (AIA) as he leads our exploration of the newly revised AIA CMc documents and learn about the contractual relationships set forth in these agreements and how to properly allocate risks and responsibilities in order to achieve a successful project to the benefit of all project participants, building inhabitants, and the general public.

      Attendees will also learn about changes in the industry since the 2009 release of the AIA’s construction management documents, and examine how these changes are addressed in the 2019 update of the documents, including expanded Construction Manager’s preconstruction services, a new Sustainable Projects Exhibit for use with the construction management documents, and a new Insurance and Bonds Exhibit for use with the construction manager as constructor documents.

    Kenneth W. Cobleigh, Esq.

    Managing Director and Counsel, American Institute of Architects

    Ken Cobleigh is a Managing Director and Counsel at the American Institute of Architects. Ken works with a team of lawyers, specialists and support staff, and the AIA Documents Committee, in developing and publishing AIA Contract Documents. Ken regularly conducts seminars and workshops on topics related to design and construction, as well as topics related to the AIA Contract Documents program, and is the author of several articles and other publications on such topics.

    Ken is a graduate of the University of Maryland, where he earned both his B.A. and J.D. with honors.

    Prior to joining the AIA in 2006, Ken practiced for eighteen years as a construction attorney in private practice Maryland law firms. During that time, he represented owners, contractors, subcontractors and design professionals in a number of dispute resolution forums, including State and Federal Courts and administrative agencies, mediation and arbitration. Ken is admitted in state and federal courts in the State of Maryland.

    imageSee your success with Old Republic Surety. Success can come from a ferocious appetite to win. Strength helps too. Choose a surety partner with the character to win. We write bid bonds, performance & payment bonds and maintenance bonds in all 50 states. Responsive, Reliable, Respected - Old Republic Surety.

  • Cybersecurity for the Construction Industry

    Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 01/29/2020 at 2:00 PM (EST)

    The presentation will explore the current cyberthreat landscape and address best practices for prevention of and response to cybersecurity incidents.

    The presentation will explore the current cyberthreat landscape and address best practices for prevention of and response to cybersecurity incidents.  The panelist will explain various types of attacks -- from phishing to ransomware, fraudulent wire transfers to critical infrastructure attacks, and an epidemic of Office 365 business email compromises  --how criminals and other hostile actors are using them to target players in the construction industry supply chain, and how to mitigate cybersecurity risks to your business. 

    This critical and timely topic presents an exciting opportunity for you to host this NASBP Virtual Seminar for your construction clients or to share the information on how they too can register to participate in this live or recorded Virtual Seminar.

    Eulonda Skyles

    Partner, Baker Hostetler, Washington, D.C.

    Eulonda G. Skyles is a partner at Baker Hostetler in Washington, D.C. With two decades of experience serving clients in the technology space, she counsels companies (with a particular focus on banks and other financial institutions), on global, federal, and state privacy and data protection frameworks. Her practices assisting mature and emerging companies develop comprehensive, strategic, and pragmatic approaches to securing valuable IP and confidential customer and business data. Prior to joining Baker, Eulonda was head of privacy and data security at Capital One in McLean, Virginia, after serving as head of intellectual property litigation.  Before that, Ms. Skyles was Counsel at Orrick Herrington as a part of its intellectual property and privacy and data security groups in Washington, D.C.  Ms. Skyles has held a number of in-house positions at technology companies, including Yahoo! and SafeNet, a data encryption and security company in Maryland (now Gemalto).  Ms. Skyles graduated magna cum laude from Cornell University and obtained her J.D. from Stanford Law School, where she as an editor on the Stanford Law Review.  Ms. Skyles resides in Rockville, Maryland with her husband and two (very cute) daughters. 

    imageSee your success with Old Republic Surety. Success can come from a ferocious appetite to win. Strength helps too. Choose a surety partner with the character to win. We write bid bonds, performance & payment bonds and maintenance bonds in all 50 states. Responsive, Reliable, Respected - Old Republic Surety.

  • Using Master Subcontracts: Become More Efficient in Negotiating Subcontracts

    Contains 3 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/16/2020

    Learn how many prime contractors and subcontractors have become more efficient in creating a master standard agreement with general terms and conditions and then issue individual work orders for each project or subcontract work scope.

    Learn how many prime contractors and subcontractors have become more efficient in creating a master standard agreement with general terms and conditions and then issue individual work orders for each project or subcontract work scope.

     ConsensusDocs just published a new Standard Master Subcontract Agreement and Project Work Order (ConsensusDocs 755 and 756 respectively) that create best practice templates for master subcontracting that prime contractors and subcontractors can use immediately off-the-shelf. Get the information you need to help your contractor and subcontractor clients, and they will not need to continue to waste time repeatedly negotiating the complex legal terms with the same parties.

     Attend This Virtual Seminar To Learn:

    •  Why you should use master subcontracts and purchase work orders

    •  When to use the NEW ConsensusDocs Master Subcontract Agreement

    •  How to organize a master subcontract’s terms and conditions and a project work order with project specifics

    •  How the New ConsensusDocs 755 Master Subcontract and 756 Project Work Order provides an off-the-shelf solution to create a master subcontract and work order

    •  An overview of ConsensusDocs best practice subcontracting terms addressing indemnification, project financial information, release of retainage, lien release, additional insured, and much more.

    Brian Perlberg

    Executive Director & Senior Counsel, ConsensusDocs

    Brian Perlberg serves as the Executive Director & Senior Counsel for ConsensusDocs, a coalition of 40 leading construction organizations. He also serves as Senior Counsel for Construction Law & Contracts for Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America, where he is the lead expert on construction law and contract matters. Mr. Perlberg is on the ABA Forum on the Construction Law Steering Committee for the Contract Documents, the Executive Committee for the National Construction Dispute Resolution Committee (NCDRC) of the Arbitration Association of America (AAA), and the Advisory Board for Construction SuperConference Board. He has been recognized as a top legal voice by Engineering News Record (ENR), and featured in Who’s Who Legal, Construction. Mr. Perlberg is a sought-after speaker throughout the United States on construction law and contracts. He has spoken at national conferences including AGC, CSI Construct, DBIA, CMAA, CFMA, COAA, ABX, ABA Forum on Construction Law, Construction Superconference, ConEXPO, World of Concrete, BuildCon, Healthcare Design, and ASHE.

     

    Previously, he served as General Counsel for the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA).

    imageSee your success with Old Republic Surety. Success can come from a ferocious appetite to win. Strength helps too. Choose a surety partner with the character to win. We write bid bonds, performance & payment bonds and maintenance bonds in all 50 states. Responsive, Reliable, Respected - Old Republic Surety.

  • Economic Slowdown In 2020? What Is The Impact On Surety Underwriting?

    Contains 3 Component(s)

    The AXA XL team will share insights on the U.S. economy, latest trends in key industries, and the implications and opportunities for the surety industry. The presentation will initially focus on understanding some of the positive and negative U.S. macro-economic indicators, with a close look at international trade developments and credit markets. Then the focus will turn to various industries for an analysis of recent trends, including banking (with a special section on fintechs), power (with a special section on renewables), oil & gas, and mining. On each segment, the presenters will explore the takeaways for surety deals in each industry, including bond types, strategies, and developing products. Join us for this exciting Virtual Seminar to get a better understanding of the economic trends and their impacts on the surety industry.

    The AXA XL team will share insights on the U.S. economy, latest trends in key industries, and the implications and opportunities for the surety industry. The presentation will initially focus on understanding some of the positive and negative U.S. macro-economic indicators, with a close look at international trade developments and credit markets. Then the focus will turn to various industries for an analysis of recent trends, including banking (with a special section on fintechs), power (with a special section on renewables), oil & gas, and mining. On each segment, the presenters  will explore the takeaways for surety deals in each industry, including bond types, strategies, and developing products. Join us for this exciting Virtual Seminar to get a better understanding of the economic trends and their impacts on the surety industry.

    Maria Duhart

    Head of Commercial Bonds, Political Risk, Credit & Bond Practice, AXA XL

    Maria has been the Head of Commercial Bonds at AXA XL since May 2017. She joined AXA XL with 20 years of experience in insurance, business strategy and finance.

    Prior to joining XL Catlin, Maria headed the Commercial Surety operation at Nationwide for 3 years. She held the roles of Regional Commercial Surety Manager, Assistant Vice President and Senior Surety Underwriting Specialist at Chubb. With Chubb, her responsibilities ranged from corporate development and strategy, where she worked with senior management to implement corporate strategies, including a three-year strategic plan for surety, to managing the credit portfolio of loss sensitive programs at Chubb Commercial Insurance. In 2009, she moved to the Surety Division, where she led the largest commercial surety team in the U.S. She served as the President of the New Jersey Surety Association in 2014.Prior to joining Chubb, she worked in Strategic Planning at a Latin American Retail and Finance Group and in Corporate Banking at ABN Amro Bank.

    Maria majored in Economics in Argentina from the Catholic University of Argentina, completed a Certificate in Administration and Management at Harvard University and an MBA in Strategy and Finance at New York University Stern. She is also a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charter holder

    Navid Shahidinejad

    Risk Analyst, Global Political Risk, Credit, and Bond, AXA XL

    Navid joined AXA XL in early 2018 as a member of the Risk Management team of AXA XL’s Global Political Risk, Credit, and Bond division. As a Risk Analyst, his main responsibilities include deal analysis and portfolio management, covering risks across the globe and in all sectors. Before joining AXA XL, Navid was a member of the Structured Finance and Insurance team of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) and previously worked in the São Paulo office of the International Finance Corporation (IFC). He also has experience working for a political risk advisory firm and an economic consulting company. Navid earned a master’s degree at the John’s Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), where he specialized in international and infrastructure finance. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and International Relations from Tufts University. Navid is an English and Spanish native speaker and is also fluent in Portuguese.

    imageSee your success with Old Republic Surety. Success can come from a ferocious appetite to win. Strength helps too. Choose a surety partner with the character to win. We write bid bonds, performance & payment bonds and maintenance bonds in all 50 states. Responsive, Reliable, Respected - Old Republic Surety.

  • Learn How to Read People like an FBI Hostage Negotiator and Corporate Fixer

    Contains 3 Component(s) Recorded On: 12/04/2019

    Learn how to read people like an FBI hostage negotiator and crisis communications expert. With decades of combined experience, former FBI hostage negotiator Chip Massey and crisis communications expert and Wall Street Journal contributor Adele Cehrs will reveal how to spot a liar, body positioning and forensic listening techniques that will give you a competitive advantage.

    Learn how to read people like an FBI hostage negotiator and crisis communications expert. With decades of combined experience, former FBI hostage negotiator Chip Massey and crisis communications expert and Wall Street Journal contributor Adele Cehrs will reveal how to spot a liar, body positioning and forensic listening techniques that will give you a competitive advantage. 

     Participants will learn how to:

    1.  Understand people's "unstated narrative"
    2. Use tone of voice, cadence of speech, and volume for maximum effectiveness 
    3. Learn no-brainers, bias, and psychological nudges that influence
    4. Examine body positioning to read the room and get conflict clues
    5. Break through emotional resistance 
    6. Learn how FBI agents spot a liar 
    7. Build and maintain trust
    8. Work through a difficult situation with ease putting the skills learned on the webinar into practice immediately

    Join us for this innovative seminar designed to boost your powers of persuasion – and your ROI. Getting expert tips on how to read people could be an invaluable resource in the relationship driven business of surety bonding. 

    Adele Cehrs

    Crisis Communications Expert

    Heralded as a crisis communications expert, by the Wall Street Journal Adele Cehrs has worked with high-profile clients like Vice President Joe Biden, the CEO of Lockheed Martin Marillyn Hewson and the owner of the Washington Monumental Sports Ted Leonsis. She has spoken at the United Nations and her talk was broadcast on United Nations Television and translated into eight languages. She is the author of the book: Spike Your Brand ROI: How to Maximize Results.

    Chip Massey

    Partner, When and How Agency

    Former FBI hostage negotiator and special agent, Chip Massey is a partner at the When and How Agency and helps companies like Goldman Sachs, MetLife. He has worked with the CIA to track down spies, lead high-profile criminal cases, and counter-terrorism investigations. Worked extensively in crisis situations, international kidnappings and fugitive apprehensions.

    imageSee your success with Old Republic Surety. Success can come from a ferocious appetite to win. Strength helps too. Choose a surety partner with the character to win. We write bid bonds, performance & payment bonds and maintenance bonds in all 50 states. Responsive, Reliable, Respected - Old Republic Surety.

  • Staying at the Helm: Supplementation and Other Contract Provisions Which May Shift Control

    Contains 3 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/20/2019

    Supplementation provisions may appear in general contracts or in subcontracts, allowing the owner or GC to supplement forces or take over parts of the scope of work.

    Supplementation provisions may appear in general contracts or in subcontracts, allowing the owner or GC to supplement forces or take over parts of the scope of work. Other contract provisions may cede some control away from the GC or subcontractors under certain circumstances, including environmental provisions, coordination with other contractors, and indemnification provisions. This seminar will look at the forms these provisions typically take, what they mean for the parties involved, and what surety professionals, contractors and subcontractors need to know. 

     Understanding the impact of these provisions can assist contractors and subcontractors in mitigating the risks and adjusting their bids to more accurately account for unknown contingencies and claims.

     These critical and seldom discussed control topics present an exciting opportunity for you to host this NASBP Virtual Seminar for your construction clients or to share the information on how they too can register to participate in this live or recorded Virtual Seminar.

    Michelle Randall

    Assistant Vice President, Zurich Surety Risk Solutions

    Michelle Randall is an Assistant Vice President with Zurich’s Surety Risk Solutions, a team of surety attorneys dedicated to providing legal expertise and innovative problem solving to Zurich’s underwriters and customers.  She spent most of her legal career in Hartford, Connecticut, where her practice focused primarily on representing surety companies in claims matters, recovery, and litigation.  She joined Zurich Surety three years ago and now calls Sioux Falls, SD home.  Michelle has authored chapters in four books published by the American Bar Association’s Surety and Fidelity Committee and in the Fifty-State Construction Lien and Bond Law series.  She graduated from the University of Massachusetts and earned her law degree, summa cum laude, from Western New England University School of Law.

    imageSee your success with Old Republic Surety. Success can come from a ferocious appetite to win. Strength helps too. Choose a surety partner with the character to win. We write bid bonds, performance & payment bonds and maintenance bonds in all 50 states. Responsive, Reliable, Respected - Old Republic Surety.

  • Bonding Awareness Toolkit

    Contains 7 Component(s)

    The National Association of Surety Bond Producers (NASBP) understands that an important part of developing and promoting the surety market is increasing the availability of surety bonds to small and emerging contractors. As such, in 2010, the NASBP Board established the Small & Emerging Business Committee (SEBC) to advocate and promote educational opportunities for small and emerging contractors, so they would be better equipped to qualify for surety credit. The Board envisioned that would be accomplished by collaborating with industry partners, with local, state, and federal agencies on existing bond education programs, or by conducting an NASBP bonding awareness program. Accordingly, NASBP staff – in consultation with members of the SBEC – has created the Bonding Awareness Toolkit, which provides the educational material and resources to conduct a half-day bonding awareness seminar. During this workshop, participants will learn how surety bonding relates to various aspects of their business operations and what approaches and techniques will help them qualify for surety bonding.

    The National Association of Surety Bond Producers (NASBP) understands that an important part of developing and promoting the surety market is increasing the availability of surety bonds to small and emerging contractors. As such, in 2010, the NASBP Board established the Small & Emerging Business Committee (SEBC) to advocate and promote educational opportunities for small and emerging contractors, so they would be better equipped to qualify for surety credit. The Board envisioned that would be accomplished by collaborating with industry partners, with local, state, and federal agencies on existing bond education programs, or by conducting an NASBP Bonding Awareness Program.

    Accordingly, NASBP staff – in consultation with members of the SBEC – has created the Bonding Awareness Toolkit, which provides the educational material and resources to conduct a half-day bonding awareness seminar. During this workshop, participants will learn how surety bonding relates to various aspects of their business operations and what approaches and techniques will help them qualify for surety bonding.

    Specifically, the Toolkit features a series of comprehensive and customizable PowerPoints, which cover four, main issue areas: 1) Bonding for New and Emerging Contractors; 2) Construction Accounting; 3) Risk Management and Legal Concerns; and 4) Banking and Financing for Contractors. Given that the Toolkit’s content is designed to be rolled out quickly, these PowerPoints are ready to be presented as is. However, they can also be modified to the presenter’s preferences and based on the instructors available.

    NASBP’s goal is to provide its members, affiliates, and associates with the resources to educate small and emerging contractors and to assist these contractors in becoming bond ready. Becoming bondable is a challenge for small and nascent businesses, and the Toolkit aims to help businesses grow by obtaining and building bonding capacity.

  • Managing Emerging Compliance and False Claims Act Risks for Bond Producers and Sureties

    Contains 3 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/05/2019

    When a federal district court ruled in 2017 that bond producers and surety companies could be held liable under the False Claims Act (FCA) for issuing bonds to contractors that falsely claimed to be service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses, the surety industry stood up and took note. The Scollick case is still moving through the judicial system, and other FCA allegations against the surety industry by the federal government have surfaced. It appears that the Department of Justice may have the surety industry in its crosshairs. How can bond producers and sureties mitigate this increased risk of FCA allegations and lawsuits? In this “hot topic” Virtual Seminar, lawyers David Robbins and Jason Crawford from the Washington, DC, office of Crowell and Moring will walk through emerging compliance and False Claims Act risks threatening the surety industry. They will, also, provide common-sense tips and advice on mitigating these risks, including how to respond to procurement fraud investigations.

    When a federal district court ruled in 2017 that bond producers and surety companies could be held liable under the False Claims Act (FCA) for issuing bonds to contractors that falsely claimed to be service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses, the surety industry stood up and took note. The Scollick case is still moving through the judicial system, and other FCA allegations against the surety industry by the federal government have surfaced. It appears that the Department of Justice may have the surety industry in its crosshairs. How can bond producers and sureties mitigate this increased risk of FCA allegations and lawsuits? In this “hot topic” Virtual Seminar, lawyers David Robbins and Jason Crawford from the Washington, DC, office of Crowell and Moring will walk through emerging compliance and False Claims Act risks threatening the surety industry. They will, also, provide common-sense tips and advice on mitigating these risks, including how to respond to procurement fraud investigations.

    David Robbins

    Partner

    David is a partner in Crowell & Moring’s Washington, D.C. office and has extensive experience with False Claims Act litigation and investigations, including in the surety industry related to the construction of government buildings.  David ran the US Air Force’s global Procurement Fraud Remedies Office and served, among other roles, as Deputy General Counsel (Contractor Responsibility).  David has a broad based practice and he is also the principal author and editor of the forthcoming American Bar Association peer-reviewed book entitled The Procurement Fraud Guidebook:  The System, Stakeholders, and Response Strategies.

    Jason M. Crawford

    Counsel

    Jason practices in Crowell & Moring’s Washington, D.C. office and has an active litigation and counseling practice focused on False Claims Act litigation, government investigations, mandatory and voluntary disclosures to the government, internal investigations, suspension and debarment proceedings, and civil litigation with state and federal entities. 

    Jason has written and presented extensively on the False Claims Act and is the co-host of the Let’s Talk FCA podcast which covers legal and policy developments involving the False Claims Act. 

    imageSee your success with Old Republic Surety. Success can come from a ferocious appetite to win. Strength helps too. Choose a surety partner with the character to win. We write bid bonds, performance & payment bonds and maintenance bonds in all 50 states. Responsive, Reliable, Respected - Old Republic Surety.