Partner Rebecca Moll Freed will discuss how P3's are working in New Jersey and why they should be encouraged during her panel presentation at the upcoming Public Private Partnership Conference hosted by the New Jersey Alliance for Action on June 2nd.
New Jersey has approved the regulations needed to implement the state's Public Private Partnership law. The rules outline steps that allow schools, local, state and other agencies to enter into P3 agreements. It means Public-Private Partnerships can move forward as a viable way to fund important capital investments. Join Ms. Freed and her co-panelists for an exclusive virtual event when New Jersey Assistant Treasurer Jennifer Keyes-Maloney details this exciting new way to Build Back New Jersey and fund major construction initiatives.
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About the Attorney
Ms. Freed provides training and counseling to companies, in-house counsel and corporate ethics and compliance officers seeking to maximize government contracting opportunities while assuring their compliance with the law. She assists clients with developing diversity and "best efforts" plans with respect to the utilization of minority and women owned businesses (MWBEs) and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs) in government contracting. She has represented numerous clients in bid protest disputes before administrative agencies and the Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court.
Ms. Freed also has experience with diversity in government contracting, set-asides for women and minority-owned businesses and public-private partnerships (P3s). Ms. Freed is the go-to Partner at the Firm when it comes to handling campaign finance, pay-to-play compliance, lobbying and government contracting compliance matters for Firm clients.