Name: John B. Wyatt III, J.D.
Office location: 164-2047
Phone number: (909) 869-2407
J.D.: University of Dayton School of Law, Dayton, Ohio
B.A. Political Science: Findlay College, Findlay, Ohio
PDCM – Professional Designation in Contract Management: Air Force Institute of Technology
Undergraduate and graduate courses in Legal Environment of Business Transactions (Including Business Ethics), Legal Environment of Business Organizations, Law for Everyday Living, Government Regulation of Business, Contractual Aspects of the Uniform Commercial Code, Contract Administration, Contract and Procurement Law (Contract Case Study), Contract Cost/Price Techniques - Negotiation, Purchasing Management and E-procurement, and Internship in Finance, Contract Management, and Real Estate.
Most recent publications:
- “A Critical Analysis of the Federal Acquisition' Regulation’s Adoption of Positive Law Codification Changes”, submitted to the Journal of Contract Management, (to be published Summer 2016).
- “Silence is Not Golden - The Patent Ambiguity Rule’s Requirement to Speak Up and Seek Clarification”, Journal of Contract Management, Vol. 13, Issue 1, September 2015.
- “Defending Against the Coming The Onslaught of Terminations for Convenience”, Contract Management, October 2013.
- "The Engage Learning Decisions: Significant Contracting Lessons Gleaned From a Small Dollar Claim,” Journal of Contract Management, Vol. 11, Issue 1, September 2013.
- “The Struggle to Achieve Fairness When the Federal Government Terminates a Contract for Its Convenience,” Journal of Contract Management, Vol. 10, Issue 1, September 2012. This article was the 2012 first place winner (professional submission) of the National Contract Management Association’s W. Gregor Macfarlan Excellence in Contract Management Research and Writing Award.
- “Has Torncello’s Change of Circumstances Rule Been Reinvigorated?”, published in the Journal of Contract Management, Vol. 8, Issue 1, September 2010.
- “Can the Government Property Clause Finally Achieve First-Rate Standing Under the “Christian Doctrine”?”, Journal of Contract Management Vol. 5, Issue 1, Summer 2007. This article was the inaugural first place winner (professional submission) of the National Contract Management Association’s W. Gregor Macfarlan Excellence in Contract Management Research and Writing Award.