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David Tscheschke, Esq.

David Tscheschke, Esq.

David Tscheschke, Esq.

When David counsels clients, he keeps potential business concerns in mind. This is due to his extensive knowledge of business administration and economics. By identifying critical business or industry issues early on, David tailors his advice to address any concerns he has identified during his initial research and discovery. This mindset allows David to focus on delivering value to every client.
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Signed Contract Modification Supersedes Prior Verbal Agreement

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It is not uncommon for a project to encounter delays, rework or project scope changes. When this occurs, the contractor needs to submit a change ...
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Price Premium must be Adequately Justified in Best-Value Decision

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When issuing a solicitation, the solicitor can assess the bids or quotations using a best-value tradeoff evaluation. The tradeoff evaluation process ...
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Inaction by Government Contract Officer Causes Ratification of Purchase

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It is not uncommon for a company to offer discounts on its products or services. Generally, this occurs when products are ordered in bulk or ...
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Ill-prepared REA Causes Compensation Loss

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Occasionally contracts need to be modified partway through the project to either reduce or increase the scope of work, which then alters the ...
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Are Verbal Agreements Good Enough for Government Contractors?

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Long gone are the days of verbal agreements over a friendly handshake. Now a contractor needs a written contract to ensure payment for services ...
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Does a Joint Venture Need Security Clearance if All Parties Already have the Necessary Clearance?

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When bidding on a government contract, the company and/or its employees may need a specific security clearance in order to work on a project. ...
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Generic Joint Venture Agreements Can Cost You

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Joint ventures are not uncommon in the business world. Individuals, groups of individuals, companies or corporations can make up a joint venture. ...
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