How Public Agencies Can Be Savvy in Minimizing and Managing Bid Protests
Particularly when work is scarce and bidding is aggressive—as it is in today’s market, some contractors appear to use bid protests in an attempt to take control of the award process.
Sound procedures and savvy handling of bid protests can ensure that public agencies retain maximum control over award of their projects.
Topics we will cover include:
- What the law says about bid protests and agency responsibilities and discretion
- How to establish procedures that minimize protests and their impacts
- Common bid protest strategies and how to counter them
- Successful bid protest responses
- Case law examples
- And more…
When: Wednesday, Aug. 29 at noon
Duration: 1 hour (includes 15 minutes for Q&A)
Cost: Complimentary, no fee to attend
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MCLE Credit: This activity has been approved for 1.0 hour of General MCLE credit by the State of California. Meyers Nave, a Professional Law Corporation, is a licensed MCLE provider, PN # 10416.
Eric Casher is an experienced litigator with an expertise in various forms of complex litigation, including writs and appeals. He represents municipalities and other public agencies in a variety of areas including complex construction disputes, code compliance issues, public contracting and election laws.
Eric Danly advises municipalities, public agencies and special districts in all aspects of the law, with special focus on prevailing wage law, public contracts and public records law. He currently serves as city attorney for the cities of Cloverdale and Petaluma, and General Counsel for the Monterey County Housing Authority Development Corporation.