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Federal Contracting

The United States Federal Government is the single largest purchaser of goods and services in the world. However, as desirable as government work can be for contractors, it is not without its challenges. Federal Government contractors are subject to an astounding number of rules and regulations, which span virtually every aspect of business from labor rates to accounting practices. As any Federal contractor will tell you, the rules, regulations and laws relating to doing business with the Federal Government can be extremely confusing to navigate, and the consequences of violating those laws can be swift and harsh. Understanding how to assert your rights, and defend against challenges from the Government, competitors, and subcontractors, can make all the difference between success and failure.

Our attorneys have over 100 years combined experience in the field of Federal Government contracts. We understand the government's perspective and procedures because our attorneys have extensive experience on the other side of the table - handling contracting for Federal agencies. This substantial experience allows us to not only litigate disputes, but advise clients on how to avoid them.

We counsel our clients on every aspect of Federal Government procurement. From the solicitation phase through contract close out, we are there, advocating for you, advising you, and protecting your interests. We provide comprehensive business counseling, not just reactive representation. Our main goal is maximizing your chance of success in all aspects of business. 


Federal Construction

Federal Contract Administration and Dispute Resolution

  • Requests for Equitable Adjustment
  • Contract Disputes Act Claims
  • CDA Claim Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • Court of Federal Claims Litigation
    • Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals
    • Civilian Board of Contract Appeals
    • Subcontractor Pass-Through Claims and Liquidating Agreements
  • Administrative Procedures Act Claims
  • Miller Act Claims and other Surety Bond Issues
  • Subcontractor/Prime Contractor Litigation
  • Terminations
    • Terminations for Convenience
    • Terminations for Default: Challenges and Conversions
  • Costs and Accounting
  • Audits & Investigations
  • Suspensions & Debarment


  • Debriefings
  • Court of Federal Claims Bid Protests
  • Government Accountability Office (GAO) Bid Protests
  • Agency Level Bid Protests
  • Injunctions
  • Size Status Protests and SBA Size Investigations
  • Eligibility Status Protests and Agency Eligibility/Status Investigations
  • NAICS Code Protests

Small Business Procurement

  • SBA 8(a) Program
  • SBA HUBZone Program
  • Size Status Protests and SBA Size Investigations
  • Eligibility Status Protests and Agency Eligibility/Status Investigations
  • Small Business Joint Ventures
  • Small Business Teaming
  • Mentor Protégé Programs
  • Affiliation Issues
  • Performance of Work Requirements/Subcontracting Limitations Analysis

Contract Negotiation and Formation

  • Prime and Subcontracts
  • Joint Venture Agreements
  • Teaming Agreements
  • Mentor Protégé Agreements

Regulatory Compliance

  • Compliance with the FAR and Agency Supplements
  • Ethics Plans and Compliance
  • OSHA Violations
  • False Claims Act
  • Suspensions and Debarment
  • Small Business Regulation Compliance


  • FOIA Requests and Objections
  • Equal Access to Justice Act (EAJA) Applications

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