The Federal Practice Group provides honest, sophisticated legal representation for clients who are involved in doing business with the United States Federal Government. Our firm walks each client through the process of contracted projects, from the initial development of the proposal to the contract administration, and closure of the contract. In the first stages, our Virginia U.S. federal government contract law firm will help clients to understand the exact specifics of the contract. We will also explain the guidelines to develop a strong proposal bid. When needed, our firm may be able to maximize the allowance of preferences such as minority owned, veteran owned, women owned, HUBZone, and small businesses.
Once a client has made it to the bidding part of the process, our Virginia U.S. federal government contract law firm can assist them in navigating it. At this point, many challenges can arise. It is important to have a federal contract lawyer who can advocate for clients on their behalf. A contract law firm can help a client to secure a front runner position. In the event of a business being treated unfairly during the bid process, a lawyer can negotiate with the government through the process of a bid protest.
Our firm has years of experience in bid protest law, and is able to provide an enormous amount of insight as to how the government may set up a defense. Our firm also practices regularly before the United States Accountability Offices and United States Court of Federal Claim.
In the event of a winning bid, a U.S. federal government contract law firm in Virginia can protect clients from any disputes that may arise with the government. Our firm takes a proactive position in the handling of disputes. We also encourage alternative dispute resolution options to keep costs and a damaged reputation at a minimum.
We offer a broad range of Federal procurement legal needs. These include, but are certainly not limited to:
When it comes to doing any business with the U.S. government, contracts are the foundation. Nothing can happen without a contract. However, during the course of a business relationship, performance issues can arise. For example, the incorrect application of guidelines in a contract can impact the expectations of one of both parties involved. As a result, a contract dispute may arise. When this happens, a law firm should evaluate all aspects of the contract and dispute as soon as possible. A potential claim of a breach should not be overlooked. Rather, asserting the potential breach is often the most effective way in resolving the matter.
To explore our legal services or to get to know more about our Virginia U.S. federal government contract law firm, contact The Federal Practice Group.
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