Monday, September 19, 2005
One of the most important rules of government contract law is also one of the oddest from the point of view of the nonspecialist: the "termination for convenience." Under the rule, the government has the unilateral power to terminate a contract at any time for any reason, subject only to payment of certain expenses and profits. The ABA is offering a CLE on issues surround the TFC tomorrow, September 20, 2005. Registration is here.