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Government Contract Attorneys

Representation for Federal Government Contractors

With frequent changes to already complex federal contracting regulations, federal contractors need a partner to help them through the complex regulations and compliance issues inherent in government contracting. At the Federal Practice Group, our experienced government contract attorneys help government contractors of all sizes and in all geographical locations navigate through the potential pitfalls of government contracting.

Our government contracts attorneys are experienced in dealing with the complete range of legal issues which can occur throughout the procurement life-cycle. From reviewing solicitations, proposals and teaming agreements to contract administration, claims and terminations, the Federal Practice Group counsels government contractors and provides complete legal representation that obtains the best results for our clients in an efficient manner.

If you are looking to have your company deliver services to the United States government, you will need to enter into a contract before proceeding. As these contracts are always extremely complex, a federal contract attorney can be of tremendous assistance in navigating this part of the process. Whether you are operating from within the U.S. or outside of the U.S., the Federal Practice Group government contract attorneys can help you by reviewing the proposed contract and negotiating desired changes. Our firm will be diligent in protecting you from contracts which are not advantageous or are, in fact, detrimental to you.

At FPG, we are experienced in the following areas of government contracting.

Our government contracts team of attorneys can help to identify organizational conflicts of interest and use our expertise to seek creative ways in which to resolve them. We can also counsel your firm regarding such issues as your mandatory disclosure obligations and your rights and responsibilities under certain government programs and regulations. These include the Federal Awardee Performance and Integrity Information System (FAPIIS), the Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act (FFATA) and the Diplomatic Construction Program, amongst others.

Our government contracts legal team can also assist with contract litigation to address issues regarding bids, breach of contract and other issues that arise before or after your contract is enacted. We can confidently address matters involving the Government Accountability Office and other entities. Without a broad understanding of the law, it is incredibly easy to overlook seemingly small points which can result in disadvantageous terms for your business. Having legal representation fighting to defend your rights can make all the difference to the success and future of your company. When you have contract matters soundly in place, you can move forward and take advantage of how lucrative these contracts can be.


Our government contracts attorneys are able to draw cross-disciplinary expertise from the firm’s complimentary practice groups, which include Corporate, Employment and Labor, Military, Security Clearance and White Collar Criminal Defense. As a result, our clients benefit from comprehensive legal representation no matter the issue, the product or service supplied, or the customer agency. At the Federal Practice Group, we specialize in providing a one-stop shop that simplifies complex problems. Learn how we can assist you with your bid protest needs.


Our government contracts attorneys pride themselves on providing top-notch service to clients all over the world. Although technology allows many of our services to be offered from afar, certain situations necessitate the physical presence of an attorney at a given location. Our government contracts attorneys frequently travel to remote locations, such as Afghanistan, Japan, the United Arab Emirates, and Qatar, when needed for a case. No matter the distance, our attorneys can assist with your government contracts issues. We welcome the opportunity to discuss how we can assist you with any of your government contracting needs.



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