Our Government Contracts attorneys advise companies selling goods and/or services to federal, state and local government on every aspect of the heavily regulated government contracts process. We represent both large, sophisticated government contractors that have been selling goods and services to multiple federal government agencies for years, as well as small and emerging companies, that are new to the government marketplace and are attempting to obtain their first awards. We work with clients from virtually every industry as they navigate the maze of statutes, regulations, and contractual provisions which specifying how government contractors must conduct business with their government customers.
Our deep experience in dealing with the legal issues arising in government contracting and our keen understanding of our clients’ businesses and industries enable us to create comprehensive and successful solutions to the increasingly complex problems that companies face when trying to conduct business with any level of government. Our government contracts expertise is strengthened by AGG’s outstanding corporate, white collar, intellectual property and employment law attorneys, with whom we work closely to address our clients’ needs proactively and holistically.
Whether a client’s legal need calls for litigation (bid protests, claims, prime-subcontractor disputes), counseling (such as compliance issues, terminations, audits and investigations, Government Services Administration (GSA) Schedules, small business issues, the Service Contract Act, the Trade Agreement Act, the Buy American Act, protecting intellectual property in government contracts, to name a few) or transactions (due diligence in mergers and acquisitions involving at least one party which is a government contractor), we have the experience, the know-how, and the relationships to resolve the situation successfully.
Our attorneys are frequently invited to present and publish on topics relating to government contracting and how developments in this area of the law impact both domestic and international businesses.