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Title 10Chapter IIIPart 719


TITLE 10—Energy

CHAPTER III—DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

PART 719—CONTRACTOR LEGAL MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§719.1
What is the purpose of this part?
§719.2
What are the definitions of terms used in this part?
§719.3
What contracts are covered by this part?
§719.4
Are law firms that are retained by contract by the Department covered by this part?
§719.5
What contracts are not covered by this part?
§719.6
Are there any types of legal matters not included in the coverage of this part?
§719.7
Is there a procedure for exceptions or deviations from this part?
§719.8
Does the provision of protected documents from the contractor to the Department constitute a waiver of privilege?
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Subpart B—LEGAL MANAGEMENT PLAN, STAFFING AND RESOURCE PLAN AND ANNUAL LEGAL BUDGET

§719.10
Who must submit a Legal Management Plan?
§719.11
When must a Legal Management Plan be submitted or revised?
§719.12
What information must be included in the Legal Management Plan?
§719.13
Who at the Department receives and reviews the Legal Management Plan?
§719.14
Will the Department notify the contractor concerning the adequacy or inadequacy of the submitted Legal Management Plan?
§719.15
What are the requirements for a Staffing and Resource Plan?
§719.16
When must the Staffing and Resource Plan be submitted?
§719.17
Are there any budgetary requirements?
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Subpart C—ENGAGEMENT LETTER

§719.20
When must an engagement letter be submitted to Department Counsel?
§719.21
What are the required elements of an engagement letter?
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Subpart D—REQUESTS FROM CONTRACTOR COUNSEL TO INITIATE, DEFEND, AND SETTLE LEGAL MATTERS

§719.30
In what circumstances may the contractor initiate litigation, including appeals from adverse decisions?
§719.31
When must the contractor initiate litigation against third parties?
§719.32
What must the contractor do when it receives notice that it is a party to litigation?
§719.33
In what circumstances must the contractor seek permission from the Department to enter a settlement agreement?
§719.34
What documentation must the contractor provide to Department Counsel when it seeks permission to enter a settlement agreement?
§719.35
When must the contractor provide a copy of an executed settlement agreement?
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Subpart E—REIMBURSEMENT OF COSTS SUBJECT TO THIS PART

§719.40
What effect do the regulations of this part have on cost allowability?
§719.41
How does the Department determine whether fees are reasonable?
§719.42
What categories of costs are unallowable?
§719.43
What is the treatment of travel costs?
§719.44
What categories of costs require advance approval?
§719.45
Are there any special procedures or requirements regarding subcontractor and retrospective insurance carrier legal costs?
§719.46
Are costs covered by this part subject to audit?
§719.47
What happens when more than one contractor is a party to a matter?
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Subpart F—DEPARTMENT COUNSEL

§719.50
What authority does Department Counsel have?
§719.51
What information must be forwarded to the General Counsel's Office concerning contractor submissions to Department Counsel under this part?
§719.52
What types of field actions must be coordinated with the General Counsel?
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 719—Guidance for Legal Resource Management


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