PilieroMazza PLLC. RSS Feedhttp://www.pilieromazza.com/?t=39&format=xml&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10en-us23 Jun 2018firmwisehttp://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rssSave The Date: September 12, 2018 - Joint Event with NCMA Denver at the Crawford Hotelhttp://www.pilieromazza.com/?t=40&an=75866&format=xml12 Sep 2018EventsPilieroMazza is partnering with NCMA Denver on September 12, 2018 at the Crawford Hotel in Denver for an event that will feature timely and relevant topics in government contracting and contracting management. <br /> <br /> Exact programming, speakers and more information will come soon. Stay tuned!http://www.pilieromazza.com?t=39&format=xml&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10Got Gov Con Questions? We Got Answers!http://www.pilieromazza.com/?t=40&an=78095&format=xml12 Jul 2018Events<div style="text-align: center;"><img src="http://www.pilieromazza.com/7A2372/assets/images/Event Photos/June Event Horizontal.png" hspace="0" vspace="0" align="middle" alt="" border="0" width="750" height="104" /></div> <div>&nbsp;</div> Whether you are just entering the federal marketplace or are a seasoned player, the advisors at PilieroMazza and GovContractPros have the expertise to address your most burning questions. <br /> <br /> Our team of advisors brings together over four decades of experience in the federal marketplace and are prepared to answer your questions regarding procurement strategy, utilizing small business programs, regulatory guidance, employment law questions and much more. <br /> <img src="http://www.pilieromazza.com/7A2372/assets/images/Event Photos/QandA Image.jpg" hspace="5" vspace="5" align="right" alt="" border="0" width="200" height="200" /> <h4><span style="color: rgb(51, 51, 153);">Virtual Instructor-Led Training<br /> <br /> Date: &nbsp; &nbsp;July 12, 2018</span></h4> <h4><span style="color: rgb(51, 51, 153);">Time:&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;2:00 &ndash; 3:15 ET</span></h4> <h4><span style="color: rgb(51, 51, 153);">Cost:&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Free</span></h4> <a href="https://publiccontractinginstitute.adobeconnect.com/e1n5aay3mxdv/event/registration.html" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.pilieromazza.com/7A2372/assets/images/RegisterHere.jpg" hspace="0" vspace="0" align="absmiddle" alt="" border="0" width="146" height="41" /></a><br /> <br /> <div>Send us your questions before the session and our panelists will provide the answers. Some examples are included below to get you started.</div> <ul> <li>How do I get the most out of a Mentor-Prot&eacute;g&eacute; Program, what kind of leverage will I have? -&nbsp;&nbsp;How do I maximize teaming relationships?</li> <li>What certifications am I eligible for to help narrow the competition?</li> <li>What do I need to include in the request for equitable adjustment to get paid?</li> <li>How do I comply with the new federal sick leave requirements?</li> <li>Does the government own my intellectual property?</li> <li>Is a firm fixed price contract really fixed price?&nbsp;</li> </ul> <h4>Send your questions to <a href="mailto:josh@publiccontractinginstitute.com?subject=Question%20for%20Gov%20Con%20Virtual%20Training">josh@publiccontractinginstitute.com</a> or call PCI at 202-775-7240&nbsp;</h4> <div><strong>Panelists:</strong><br /> <div><strong>Cy Alba</strong>, PilieroMazza PLLC&nbsp;</div> <div><strong>Nichole Atallah</strong>, PilieroMazza PLLC&nbsp;</div> <div><strong>John Shoraka</strong>, Government Contract Pros<br /> <strong>Aditi Dussault</strong>, Government Contract Pros is the moderator</div> &nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div>http://www.pilieromazza.com?t=39&format=xml&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10Webinar: Employment Law for Government Contractors: Yes, It's Different.http://www.pilieromazza.com/?t=40&an=78203&format=xml11 Jul 2018Events<h2 style="text-align: center;"><span style="color: rgb(9, 54, 122);"><span style="background-color: rgb(199, 173, 127);">A PILIEROMAZZA WEBINAR</span></span></h2> <br /> As complicated as labor and employment requirements can be, the rules for government contractors are even more intricate. The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) provides a roadmap for requirements that are unique to federal government contractors and includes provisions such as human trafficking prevention, service contract labor standards, sick leave, and affirmative action requirements. During this webinar, we will give those dusty old FAR provisions new life and provide a simple framework for you to digest the requirements. Following this session, you will have the tools to navigate and comply with these unique employment requirements. <br /> <br /> Details: <br /> <table width="400" border="1" cellspacing="2" cellpadding="2"> <tbody> <tr> <td>&nbsp;Date:</td> <td>&nbsp;Wednesday, July 11, 2018</td> </tr> <tr> <td>&nbsp;Time:</td> <td>&nbsp;2:00 pm to 3:00 pm ET</td> </tr> <tr> <td>&nbsp;Cost:</td> <td>&nbsp;Free&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <br /> <a href="https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7101609655966782210" target="_blank"><img src="http://live.pilieromazza.com/7A2372/assets/images/RegisterHere.jpg" hspace="0" vspace="0" align="absmiddle" alt="" border="0" width="146" height="41" /></a>http://www.pilieromazza.com?t=39&format=xml&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10Webinar: Mergers & Acquisitions for Government Contractorshttp://www.pilieromazza.com/?t=40&an=76780&format=xml28 Jun 2018Events<h2>&nbsp;</h2> <h2 style="text-align: center;"><span style="background-color: rgb(199, 173, 127);"><span style="color: rgb(9, 54, 122);">A PILIEROMAZZA WEBINAR</span></span></h2> <h4><br /> Mergers &amp; Acquisitions &ndash; Overview of the M&amp;A Process and Considerations for Government Contractors</h4> <div>As a business owner or key executive, at some point, you may consider whether the time is right to acquire another business, either its assets, including government contracts, or its equity, as a possible strategy to diversify your business. At another time, you may be considering whether to sell some of your company&rsquo;s assets as part of an effort to divest yourself of business lines on which you no longer focus or to maintain your small business size status. Or, at the end of your company&rsquo;s lifecycle, you may even be thinking about selling your entire company. It is always good to consider issues you should keep in mind when getting ready to be an acquisition target and sell your business or when evaluating another company that you may want to buy.</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>Join Cy Alba and Jonathan Bush for this informative webinar which will provide an overview of M&amp;A transactions with a particular emphasis on the considerations that are unique to government contractors.&nbsp; Topics to be discussed:&nbsp;</div> <ul> <li>Stages in an M&amp;A Transaction</li> <li>Structuring a deal &ndash; asset or stock</li> <li>Due diligence issues</li> <li>Government contract considerations&nbsp;&nbsp; <ul> <li>Small business size Issues and affiliation</li> <li>Recertification</li> <li>Novation</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <div><strong>Details:&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</strong><br /> <table width="400" border="1" cellspacing="2" cellpadding="2"> <tbody> <tr> <td><strong>&nbsp;Date:</strong></td> <td>&nbsp;Wednesday, June 27, 2018</td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>&nbsp;Time:</strong></td> <td>&nbsp;2:00 pm to 3:00 pm ET</td> </tr> <tr> <td>&nbsp;<strong>Cost:</strong></td> <td>&nbsp;Free&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <br /> <a href="https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5917206933924232451" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.pilieromazza.com/7A2372/assets/images/RegisterHere.jpg" hspace="0" vspace="0" align="absmiddle" alt="" border="0" width="146" height="41" /></a></div>http://www.pilieromazza.com?t=39&format=xml&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10Do's and Don'ts for Teaming Agreements & Subcontracts at NORCAL PTAChttp://www.pilieromazza.com/?t=40&an=78073&format=xml27 Jun 2018Events<img src="http://www.pilieromazza.com/7A2372/assets/images/Event Photos/NORCAL PTAC.JPG" hspace="0" vspace="0" align="absmiddle" alt="" border="0" width="1000" height="1292" />http://www.pilieromazza.com?t=39&format=xml&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10Weekly Report for June 22, 2018http://www.pilieromazza.com/7A2372/assets/files/News/PilieroMazza Weekly Report for June 22 2018.pdf22 Jun 2018Weekly Update Newsletter<h3><u><em>GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING</em></u></h3> <h4>White House Proposes a Massive Reorganization of Federal Agencies</h4> <div>According to an article in <a href="https://www.govexec.com/management/2018/06/trump-reorganization-plan-would-merge-education-and-labor-recast-hhs/149183/?oref=govexec_today_nl" target="_blank">govexec.com</a>, the Trump administration on Thursday released a blueprint for a massive overhaul of the federal bureaucracy, one that if implemented would touch virtually every agency and the way all Americans receive government services.<br /> &nbsp;</div> <div>&ldquo;This effort, along with the recent executive orders on federal unions, are the biggest pieces so far of our plan to drain the swamp,&rdquo; said Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney in a statement. &ldquo;The federal government is bloated, opaque, bureaucratic and inefficient.&rdquo;<br /> &nbsp;</div> <div>Called &ldquo;Delivering Government Solutions in the 21st Century,&rdquo; the proposal contains many far-reaching recommendations, including:</div> <ul> <li>Privatizing the Postal Service.</li> <li>Merging the Education and Labor departments.&nbsp;</li> <li>Reorganizing safety-net programs into a Department of Health and Public Welfare.&nbsp;</li> <li>Creating a governmentwide public-private partnership office to improve services to citizens, and stewardship of public resources.&nbsp;</li> <li>Relocating more staff and offices outside the National Capital Region.&nbsp;</li> <li>Dramatically shrinking the Office of Personnel Management.&nbsp;</li> <li>Revamping the Army Corps of Engineers.</li> </ul> <div>The plan, led by Mulvaney and based on the agency reorganization proposals he assigned governmentwide in April 2017, is also believed to be influenced by long-standing thinking among conservatives that welfare programs should be funded and managed together.</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <h3><u><em>CAPITOL HILL</em></u></h3> <h4>SBC Requests GAO Provide a Report on SBA&rsquo;s Hurricane Disaster Relief Programs</h4> <div>On June 19, 2018, House Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot and Ranking Member Nydia M. Vel&aacute;zquez announced that they sent a letter to the Honorable Gene L. Dodaro, Comptroller General of the United States at the United States Government Accountability Office, requesting a report on the Small Business Administration&rsquo;s performance during the past hurricane season. &ldquo;SBA is a resource for millions of people who have been victims of natural disasters across our nation,&rdquo; said Chairman Steve Chabot. &ldquo;As we examine disaster relief efforts at the SBA, it is critical that we have every piece of information from the past hurricane season at our disposal. We want to ensure that every opportunity to help is not overlooked or wasted as these communities that have been destroyed start to rebuild. I thank the Ranking Member for her persistence and passion as we tackle these pressing issues together.&rdquo; You can find more information <a href="https://smallbusiness.house.gov/news/documentsingle.aspx?DocumentID=400969" target="_blank">here</a>.&nbsp;&nbsp;</div> <h4>SBC Learns How Communities that Think Small&ndash;Win Big</h4> <div>On June 20, 2018, a House Small Business Committee panel heard testimony from community officials from across the United States on how their communities developed environments where small businesses can thrive. &ldquo;Every small business ecosystem relies on a delicate balance of support and resources to survive,&rdquo; said Chairman Steve Chabot. &ldquo;The creation of a healthy ecosystem requires significant investment by all participants: small business owners, support organizations, and policymakers. Policymakers and support organizations, like the ones we have on this panel, have developed innovative strategies, resources, and measurements to ensure local small businesses are thriving.&rdquo; &ldquo;Building an ecosystem around your community&rsquo;s unique advantages will prove more sustainable and impactful than placing a trend in the middle of your city,&rdquo; said Ms. Vanessa Wagner, Small Business and Entrepreneurship Manager at the Loudoun County Department of Economic Development in Ashburn, VA. &ldquo;One of the most important assets you have in building an entrepreneurial ecosystem is the businesses already there. The companies in your city provide the experience and talent to build the next generation of businesses.&rdquo; You can find more information <a href="https://smallbusiness.house.gov/news/documentsingle.aspx?DocumentID=400998" target="_blank">here</a>.</div> <h4>Cardin to Government Watchdog: How Will Army Restructuring Impact Small Businesses?</h4> <div>On June 14, 2018, the Government Accountability Office announced that it will investigate the impact a proposed U.S. Army restructuring will have on the Department of Defense&rsquo;s critical small business research, development, and innovation programs, following a request from Senator Ben Cardin. In May, Senator Cardin, Ranking Member of the Senate Small Business Committee, asked GAO to examine the Army&rsquo;s proposed new Futures Command, a modernization initiative reportedly funded by shifting funds out of science and technology programs that work with innovative small businesses.&nbsp; &ldquo;It is estimated that 80 percent of funding for research and development programs will be reprogrammed&rdquo; to pay for this restructuring, which may have a significant impact on small businesses, Senator Cardin wrote GAO. You can find more information <a href="https://www.sbc.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/pressreleases?ID=3EB89B77-67D1-449D-A485-CA7401EB30D7" target="_blank">here</a>.</div> <h4>Pending Nomination &ndash; Secretary of Veterans Affairs</h4> <div>On June 27, 2018, the Senate Committee on Veterans&rsquo; Affairs will hold a hearing to examine President Trump&rsquo;s nomination of Robert Wilkie to be Secretary of Veterans Affairs.&nbsp; Mr. Wilkie recently served as Acting Secretary of Veterans Affairs in the absence of former Secretary David Shulkin.&nbsp; The hearing will take place at 2:30 p.m. in room G50 of the Dirksen Senate Office Building.&nbsp; You can watch a live stream of the hearing <a href="https://www.veterans.senate.gov/hearings/pending-nomination_-secretary-06272018" target="_blank">here</a>.&nbsp;<br /> &nbsp;</div> <h3><u><em>PILIEROMAZZA BLOGS</em></u>&nbsp;</h3> <h4>Don't Get Disqualified Because of Organizational Conflicts of Interest</h4> <div>By Michelle E. Litteken and Timothy F. Valley<br /> <br /> A recent decision from the Government Accountability Office (&quot;GAO&quot;) reiterates two important principles concerning organizational conflicts of interest (&quot;OCIs&quot;). First, proactive measures may allow a contractor to effectively mitigate and avoid an OCI. Second, appearances, innuendo, and suspicion are insufficient to establish that a contractor has an OCI. Hard facts are required. [<a href="http://www.pilieromazza.com/dont-get-disqualified-because-of-organizational-conflicts-of-interest">More</a>]</div> <h4>Doing Business Internationally? Litigation Just Became More Difficult!</h4> <div>By Matthew E. Feinberg<br /> <br /> Over the last twenty years, the expanding world market has made it easier for domestic companies to conduct business overseas and with foreign corporations. Large and small businesses alike are going global, receiving and providing products, services, and intellectual property internationally. But, along with new international opportunities comes an increase in the complexity of business-to-business transactions. And, when business deals between domestic and foreign businesses go south, the legal implications become more difficult to navigate. [<a href="http://www.pilieromazza.com/doing-business-internationally-litigation-just-became-more-difficult">More</a>]&nbsp;</div>http://www.pilieromazza.com?t=39&format=xml&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10False Claims Act Cases Involving Set-Aside Contracts Held to More Stringent Requirements Following Escobarhttp://www.pilieromazza.com/?t=40&an=78204&format=xml22 Jun 2018Blog<img src="http://www.pilieromazza.com/7A2372/assets/images/Attorneys/2/150x150/ambinewweb.png" hspace="5" vspace="5" align="left" alt="" border="0" width="150" height="150" />Two years have passed since the U.S. Supreme Court issued <u>Universal Health Services, Inc. v. United States ex rel. Escobar</u>, a key False Claims Act (&ldquo;FCA&rdquo;) case that resolved a circuit court split regarding the scope and validity of the implied false certification theory and established that the materiality standard for FCA cases is &ldquo;demanding.&rdquo; Since that time, lower courts have been implementing those standards to varying effects. The trend has been favorable for companies facing FCA cases that allege false certifications related to qualifications to participate in socio-economic contracting programs.<br /> <br /> Under the FCA, anyone who knowingly presents a false or fraudulent claim to the government for payment or approval or knowingly makes or uses a false record or statement material to a false or fraudulent claim is civilly liable to the federal government. Anyone found to have violated the FCA must pay a civil penalty of between $10,781 and $21,563 for each violation, in addition to three times the damages the government sustains as a result of the violation.<br /> <br /> In <u>Escobar</u>, the U.S. Supreme Court held that the implied false certification theory can be the basis for liability in certain instances. In addition, the Supreme Court held that misrepresentation about compliance with statutes and regulations must be material to the government&rsquo;s decision to pay in order for there to be FCA liability and that the &ldquo;materiality standard is demanding.&rdquo;<br /> <br /> At the beginning of this year, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York dismissed an FCA claim that alleged that the defendants had schemed to create a company and nominally appoint a service-disabled veteran as the president and majority owner so that the company could qualify as a service-disabled veteran-owned business (&ldquo;SDVOSB&rdquo;). The government claimed that the defendants had submitted false statements about the company&rsquo;s SDVOSB status in an offer for a contract, in online representations and certifications, and in response to a U.S. Department of Veterans&rsquo; Affairs (&ldquo;VA&rdquo;) inquiry. The court ruled that, while these representations were related to the company&rsquo;s eligibility to participate in the contracting programs, the government had not alleged that they were connected to the government&rsquo;s decision to pay for work the company performed under the contracts at issue. In addition, the government had not alleged that the defendants had evidence that the VA consistently refuses to pay claims based on non-compliance with SDVOSB contracting requirements. Therefore, the court held that the government had not alleged that the false representations caused the VA to pay on the contracts and thus had not adequately alleged materiality.<br /> <br /> In <u>United States ex rel. Hedley v. ABHE &amp; Svoboda, Inc.</u>, a case that the U.S. District Court for Maryland ruled on this spring, a contractor was awarded a contract to clean and repaint a bridge. The contractor was required to submit a plan to utilize disadvantaged businesses on the contract, and the contract had a goal of having such businesses perform 15 percent of the work. The contract, however, did not require the contractor to actually meet the goal, but rather just make a good faith effort to meet the goal. A <em>qui tam</em> relator filed suit alleging that the disadvantaged business that the contractor had listed in its plan did not perform any commercially useful function and that the prime contractor and another subcontractor had performed the work. The district court granted summary judgment to the defendant contractor, following Fourth Circuit precedent established in the wake of <u>Escobar</u> that required strict enforcement of the FCA&rsquo;s materiality standard. Since the contract did not require the contractor to meet the 15 percent goal; the agency had not insisted on quarterly reports showing how much work the disadvantaged business was performing; the contract allowed for a range of sanctions for non-compliance; and the agency did not begin to withhold payment until most of the contract had been performed, the court held the claim did not meet the strict materiality standard.<br /> <br /> These cases are in line with prior district court cases issued after <u>Escobar</u>. In <u>A1 Procurement, LLC v. Thermcor, Inc.</u>, the relator alleged that the defendants had made misrepresentations to the SBA about a company&rsquo;s eligibility to participate in the 8(a) program. The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia held that, since the certifications were made to the SBA and not to the contracting agencies, the submissions were not claims for payment and therefore not material to the payments. Furthermore, since the SBA had certified the company to participate in the 8(a) program, it had not misrepresented its status as an 8(a) company, even if it was not 8(a) compliant. In <u>U.S. ex rel. Ferris v. Afognak Native Corp.</u>, the U.S. District Court for Alaska held that a relator likely had not adequately plead the materiality requirement in his FCA claim that alleged companies misrepresented their small business status when they applied to the 8(a) program because he had not alleged that the government did not pay on claims that involved the statutory violations in question.<br /> <br /> However, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia issued an outlier opinion in <u>United States ex rel. Scollick v. Narula</u>. In that case, the relator alleged that the defendants falsely certified their eligibility to participate in certain set-aside programs. The court held that the allegations were sufficient to state an FCA claim, but notably the opinion did not focus on the materiality standard or whether the alleged misrepresentations were material to the government&rsquo;s decision to pay, as the other cases did.<br /> <br /> <u>Escobar</u> is still a fairly new U.S. Supreme Court opinion, and the lower courts are still figuring out how to apply it. So far, courts ruling on cases involving set-aside programs typically have been enforcing <u>Escobar</u>&rsquo;s strict materiality ruling and focusing on whether the plaintiff has alleged facts that show that the alleged misrepresentation was central to the government&rsquo;s decision to pay. While this is favorable to defendants, the best practice of course is to ensure that all representations regarding eligibility and status for set-aside programs are accurate, which will reduce the risk that a company will face an FCA claim.<br /> <br /> <span style="font-size: small;"><strong>About the Author:</strong> <em>Ambi Biggs is an associate with PilieroMazza who practices in the areas of litigation and government contracts. She may be reached at </em></span><a href="mailto:abiggs@pilieromazza.com"><span style="font-size: small;"><em>abiggs@pilieromazza.com</em></span></a><span style="font-size: small;"><em>.</em></span><br type="_moz" />http://www.pilieromazza.com?t=39&format=xml&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10Megan Connor21 Jun 2018Featured Attorneyhttp://www.pilieromazza.com?t=39&format=xml&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10Megan Connor was recently quoted in Bloomberg Government Federal Contracts Report article, "GAO to Pentagon: Not So Fast With Your Cloud Services Award."http://www.pilieromazza.com/?t=40&an=78116&format=xml19 Jun 2018News<img src="http://www.pilieromazza.com/7A2372/assets/images/Attorneys/2/150x150/Connor.jpg" hspace="5" vspace="5" align="left" alt="" border="0" width="150" height="150" />Megan Connor was recently quoted in Bloomberg Government Federal Contracts Report in an article discussing GAO&rsquo;s decision that DOD overstepped its other transaction authority in making a $950 million award to REAN Cloud LLC, based on a protest filed by Oracle Corp. Ms. Connor stated that GAO &quot;simply applied the plain language of the other transaction authority statute to find the Army did not comply.&quot; Further she stated, &quot;[f]rankly, I'm surprised the Army didn't take corrective action to avoid a published decision&mdash;particularly given the blowback DOD received when the initial award amount of $950 million was made public.&quot; When asked about the import of GAO&rsquo;s decision, Ms. Connor stated that the decision is &quot;significant if for no other reason than that the use of other transaction authority has increased dramatically in the last five years and any decision by GAO on its use is notable.&quot; <br type="_moz" />http://www.pilieromazza.com?t=39&format=xml&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10Jon Williams Interviewed by Veterans N Transition on Partnering & Teaminghttps://youtu.be/xb2T2VXXYr019 Jun 2018NewsJon Williams was recently interviewed by Veterans N Transision at the Veterans in Business Conference. In this video, Jon was asked about choosing the right teaming partner and how to protect your company and your teaming agreements. He also got the chance to talk about PilieroMazza's commitment to the Veteran Community.<br type="_moz" />http://www.pilieromazza.com?t=39&format=xml&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10