Attorneys Phil Baker-Shenk, Walter Featherly, Robert Misulich, Marissa Serafino, Christopher Slottee, Robert Tompkins, and Jonathan Wolcott will speak on panels at the 2020 Reservation Economic Summit (RES2020) hosted by the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development. Topics include agriculture, economic development, finance, natural resources, procurement and workforce development as they relate to American Indian tribal enterprises and affairs.
Mr. Slottee and Mr. Baker-Shenk will speak on the second day of programming. During their session, entitled "Financing New Tribal Buildings With Federal Lease Dollars: How Tribal Organizations Can Leverage Leases To Recover The Full Costs Of Construction and Renovation," they will describe how different tribal entities can work together to secure Section 105(l) lease funding for facilities that house government programs serving Native Americans.
Mr. Featherly, Mr. Misulich, Mr. Tompkins and Mr. Wolcott will speak on the fourth day of programming. During their session, entitled "Buying Your Way In: M&A Issues Arising Out of Acquiring a Government Contractor," they will discuss issues that arise when acquiring a government contractor, such as due diligence and compliance with SBA small business program regulations.
Ms. Serafino will also speak on the fourth day of programming in a session entitled "Digital Transformation and Security." She will cover how businesses are using technology concepts to increase revenue and cybersecurity.
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