Our Government Contracting attorneys have extensive experience in the legal and practical side of government contracting, gained through their work for and with federal and state government agencies and contractors in diverse roles, including in-house and outside legal counsel. They understand the legal and business complexities and challenges of government contracting and are pleased to offer government contracting entities a wide array of legal services – from entity formation to contract close-out.

Representative Services Include

  • Small and disadvantaged business status
  • Risk analysis of potential projects
  • Guidance on solicitations and proposals
  • Contract formation and negotiation
  • Establishing teaming agreements, joint ventures, mentor-protege and other relationships with partners and subcontractors
  • Compliance with state and federal government contract regulations
  • Contract and subcontract administration
  • Employment and labor related matters, including SCA and DBA compliance
  • Small business requirements, including DBE
  • Changes and requests for equitable adjustments
  • Bid protests
  • Claims under the Contract Disputes Act, subcontractor claims, other disputes
  • False Claims Act issues
  • Terminations of contracts
  • Providing advice/training on Standards of Conduct issues/compliance

For more information, please contact any of the attorneys listed below.

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