Breweries and Trademarks- A Conversation

Breweries and Trademarks- A Conversation

1. [Introduction] We are Whitcomb, Selinsky, PC a law firm situated in Section Denver Colorado and with me I have a Brandon Selinsky the Selinsky in our name. The other named shareholder in our law firm. Over the next 15 minutes or so, what Brandon and I plan to talk about is just some intellectual property issues. Brandon has a particular interest in working in the trademark space with brewers in particular and he's already started doing some of that in Denver Colorado. Welcome Denver, welcome Brandon. Thanks Joe. So, Brandon first do a little bit of an introduction. You like me we're not...

Bid Protests How To: When and Where to File a Bid Protest

Bid Protests How To: When and Where to File a Bid Protest

[Bid Protest Video Transcript] [Introduction] My name is Joe Whitcomb and I am coming to you this morning from Denver, Colorado, bringing you another addition of vetbizlawyer video and podcast. I'm the owner and founder of Whitcomb Selinsky PC and today I'm going to discuss a topic that is typically top of mind for many government contractors. When and where should my company file a bid protest?

Limitations in Subcontracting Video

Limitations in Subcontracting Video

I am bringing you the first video blog of the New Year from Whitcomb, Selinsky. Whitcomb, Selinsky, is a veteran owned and operated law firm in Denver Colorado. Our focus is veteran centric. We do a lot of government contract work in our office, so today we're going to be talking specifically on a subject that comes up quite a bit in the context of government contracting, which is referred to commonly as the limitations in subcontracting. That regulation is governed primarily by 13 CFR 125.6, which is under the Small Business Administration regulations. The regulation was promulgated in July...

13 Things to Look for In the Seller’s Representations and Warranties.

13 Things to Look for In the Seller’s Representations and Warranties.

[Introduction] My name is Joe Whitcomb coming to you from Whitcomb Selinsky PC. We are a Denver based law firm in the South Metro portion of Denver Colorado. I am coming today to you to speak to you about representations and warranties. Representations and warranties are normally documents that accompany the purchase or sale of a company. From today today's perspective, I'm going to bring you the things you would be looking for as a buyer in the representations and warranties of a company you were purchasing. It typically referred to as a target company. These are typically things that are...

Video on the Rule of Two and Kingdomware

Video on the Rule of Two and Kingdomware

[Rule of 2 Video Transcript] [Introduction] Good afternoon, my name is Joe Whitcomb, founder and owner of Whitcomb Selinsky PC located in Denver, Colorado. Today we are going to discuss what is commonly referred to as the Rule of Two in government contracting. We will also talk about the statutes and regulations that govern the rule of two and issues that specifically affect veterans and service-disabled veteran business owners in the universe of government contracting.

GovCon 101 for Veteran Owned Businesses

GovCon 101 for Veteran Owned Businesses

[Introduction] Good afternoon, my name is Joe Whitcomb. I am the founder and president of Whitcomb Selinsky PC, a veteran owned, operated, and centric law firm located in Denver, Colorado. Today I'm going to take some time and talk to those of you that are beginning to consider government contracting. We represent a lot of veteran business owners across the country in the space of government contracting and we regularly get the question either by email or by phone call “Hey, I'm interested in government contracting. How do we get started?” So, today's video is going to cover about ten topics...

Government Contract Issues with Mergers and Acquisitions

Government Contract Issues with Mergers and Acquisitions

Government contractors have significantly increased mergers and acquisitions in recent years. A stream of recent stories in the Washington Post and New York Times have documented this. The acquisition of a business that has earned a government contract frequently provides the buyer an opportunity to increase its market share and strengthen its capabilities within an existing industry. The addition may also allow the new parent company to expand their portfolio to market and develop a new government contracting capability that was previously not available.