Sep
10

Busch Accepts Program Chair Role for State Bar Association Event

81
Littleton, Colorado-based firm Busch Law Firm L.L.C. announced that attorney Richard Busch has been selected as Program Chair and Speaker at a Colorado Bar Association event on September 16.
- Busch Law Firm LLC, September 10th, 2016

For Immediate Release...September 10th, 2016


Busch Accepts Program Chair Role for State Bar Association Event

Littleton, Colorado — Sept. 9, 2016 — Littleton, Colorado-based firm Busch Law Firm L.L.C. announced that attorney Richard Busch has been selected as Program Chair and Speaker at a Colorado Bar Association event on September 16. Busch will present two lectures regarding federal government contracts at the "Current Issues in Federal Contract Work" program, a professional development event presented by the Colorado Bar Association CLE and the Women Veterans of Colorado.

"Current Issues in Federal Contract Work" is a daylong program focused on successful competition and execution of federal government contracts, specifically for law firms and small businesses. The informational program is most beneficial for small business owners and veterans looking to contract services with the federal government, as well as attorneys serving clients with government contracts.

Richard Busch will open the seminar with a welcome and introduction, followed by his program "Federal Government Contracts: Overview from 30,000 Feet." In that session, Busch will provide attendees with an understanding of the federal government contract process, along with best practices. Later in the day, he will also discuss navigating the ethical boundaries of obtaining and executing government contracts during his lecture, "The Ethics of Working with the Federal Government: Traps for the Unwary."

Asked about working in the Government market place, Rich Busch said, "It an honor, privilege and a serious responsibility.  The Government has recently increased its focus by relying on small businesses and private industry for innovative technical solutions and ideas.  Some of these new programs offer financial incentives to these talented companies.  Most importantly, the Government is seeking Veteran owned and Women owned small businesses for these increased opportunities. "

Busch also commented, "The CBA has agreed to open this Federal Contracting CLE to non-lawyer attendees.  As the Program Chair, I consider it an honor to help inform these companies of these programs and help them 'do it right.'"

Busch is the sole owner and practitioner of a boutique government contract practice firm focused on all aspects of government and commercial contracts, as well as conflict management systems, general counsel, ADR and white collar crime. Busch Law Firm L.L.C. specializes in formation and administration of contract relationships, requirements for successful performance and dispute resolution. Busch has extensive experience in complex business negotiations, including those featuring high technology and major weapons systems contracts, contract compliance and internal and external disputes. His skills have been utilized in the aerospace, construction, electronics and homeland security industries, among other sectors.

Prior to forming his private practice, Busch was General Counsel for a Fortune 50 defense contractor, legal advisor to the Director of Contracts at the National Security Agency (NSA) and a senior government lawyer. He has worked with corporations, the Department of Defense and other government agencies. His firm is experienced at working with veteran-owned small businesses, woman-owned small businesses and HUBzone small businesses, as well as medium-sized and larger companies.

Busch holds an L.L.M. from George Washington University National Law Center, a J.D. from the Hamline University School of Law and a B.A. from Westminster College.

"Current Issues in Federal Contract Work" is hosted by the Colorado Bar Association CLE, a nonprofit, education-focused branch of the Colorado Bar Association and the Denver Bar Association, in cooperation with Women Veterans of Colorado. The program will be held at the CBA-CLE Classroom at 1900 Grant Street, Suite 300 in Denver on Sept. 16, and includes seven sessions, a panel presentation and two networking breaks. Registration for the event is required.

For more information on Busch Law Firm LLC, visit rbuschlaw.com or call (303) 904-9439. For additional event details regarding the Current Issues in Federal Contract Work seminar on Sept. 16, please visit the Colorado Bar Association CLE website: www.cle.cobar.org.

Tags: federal government

Website: Learn More About Busch Law Firm LLC


About the Author


Author's HUBs

This user hasn't created any hubs yet.


Author's Articles

This user hasn't created any articles yet.


Author's Blog Posts

This user hasn't made any blog posts yet.


Author's Local Listings