Paul J. Seidman

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  • 5335 Wisconsin Ave NW, Suite 440, Washington, DC 20015
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Biography

Editorial Assistant, The Tax Lawyer, 1972-1973. Author: "Postscript II: Termination for Convenience of FAR PT 12 Commercial Item Contracts", 29 Nash & Cibinic Report ¶ 4, April 2015; "Postscript: Termination for Convenience of FAR Part 12 Commercial Item Contracts," ADDENDUM, 25 Nash & Cibinic Report ¶ 37, August 2011; "Termination for Convenience of FAR Part 12 Commercial Item Contracts: Is Fair Compensation Required?", 24 The Nash & Cibinic Report ¶ 37, August 2010; "Maximizing Termination for Convenience Settlements/Edition II-Part I," Briefing Papers No. 08-3, February 2008; "Maximizing Termination for Convenience Settlements/Edition II-Part II," Briefing Papers No. 08-5, April 2008; "Service Contracting in the New Millennium - Part I and Part II," Briefing Papers No. 02-11 and 02-12, (2002); "How to Avoid and Overturn Terminations for Default," Briefing Papers No. 98-12, (1998); "Preparing Termination For Convenience Settlement Proposals for Fixed-Price Contracts," Briefing Papers No. 97-11, (1997); "The §807 Technical Data Committee- What's Mine is Mine and What's Yours is Mine-The Return of Overpriced DOD Spare Parts", 36 Government Contractor 207, p. 8, (1994); "The Byrd Amendment and the Government Contractor: Death of a Salesman?", 24 NCMA Journal, 89, 1991; "Representing Small Business," John Wiley & Company, 1986; "An Overview of Small and Disadvantaged Business Contracting," 19 NCMA Journal, 5, 1985. Law Clerk to Judge Philip Nichols, Jr., U.S. Court of Claims, 1973-1974. Assistant Counsel, Claims and Litigation Support, Naval Sea Systems Command, 1974-1976. Acting Director, Freedom of Information and Privacy, 1978-1979 and Assistant Chief Counsel for Procurement, Office of Chief Counsel for Advocacy, 1979-1981, Small Business Administration. Member of Staff, White House Conference on Small Business, 1980. Member, Advisory Board, The Government Contractor, 1993-1996.

National Contract Management Association.

Areas of Practice (10)

  • Government Contracts
  • Administrative Law
  • Litigation
  • Bid Protests
  • Defense Contracts
  • Federal Contracts
  • Government Contract Cost Accounting
  • Government Contract Fraud
  • Government Procurement
  • Public Contract Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
202-737-5734  Phone
www.seidmanlaw.com
University Attended:
Temple University, B.B.A., 1970
Law School Attended:
Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 1973
Year of First Admission:
1973
Admission:
1983, U.S. Court of Federal Claims; 1983, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit; 1992, Virginia; 1973, District of Columbia; 1981, Maryland
Memberships:
Federal and American Bar Associations.
Birth Information:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 5, 1948
ISLN:
903866956

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