Government Contracts/Attorney/In House/Hunt Valley, Maryland

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Staff Attorney - Government Contracts
The candidate will provide a broad array of hands-on legal advice in the areas of US Government contract law and related subcontract and commercial contract law. Responsibilities will include: identifying risks and providing subsequent mitigation strategies, supporting complex transactions and providing expertise in the areas of Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) Part 15 and Part 12 requirements as a prime or major subcontractor. Work directly with business counterparts, other legal and compliance staff, and the General Counsel. Work directly with business counterparts, identify legal risks and issues raised in contractual pursuits and on-going programs and develop risk mitigation strategies, as appropriate. Provide legal advice on terms and conditions for Part 15 and Part 12 government prime contracts and sub-contracts, teaming agreements, joint ventures and other business arrangements for both domestic and international business. Provide advice in the areas of FAR, Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS), Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), and related laws and regulations affecting government contracting. Support company's Contracts Department, Supply Chain Management and Product Lines in connection with requests for equitable adjustment (REAs), claims and contract negotiations. Support complex legal transactions for company's programs and businesses in the U.S. and abroad to include Direct Commercial Sales and Foreign Military Sales. Work with the Ethics professionals to investigate matters, perform revolving door reviews and help with training, as needed. Support efforts in response to audits and subpoenas, litigation and ethics investigations.

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