- False Claims Act (Qui Tam) & Whistleblower Claims
- Government Contract Disputes & Bid Protests
- Debarment and Security Clearance Revocation
Businesses that provide or sell services and goods to government agencies face a complex and fluctuating set of laws and regulations designed to complement a wide and always-evolving array of public policy objectives. Government contracts are big business nationwide and around the world, but especially in the national capital area. Federal spending on government contracts is well in excess of $500 billion per year. Protecting interests in government contracting projects, ensuring the fairness of the bidding and competition processes, and safeguarding against fraud on the government are immensely important to scores of companies around the globe.
Clients choose Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig for our depth, our years of experience, and our impressive history of achieving our clients’ objectives at a reasonable cost even in the most complex and difficult circumstances. Our experience covers every aspect of government contracts, government agencies, and key industry sectors. Our attorneys produce innovative solutions using creative and flexible strategies that ensure success. We are proud to represent with equal dedication large government contractors as well as small businesses and entities acquiring their first government contracts.
Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig has compiled many years of experience helping our clients to develop innovative solutions to the issues that arise in the context of their government contracting and public procurement activities. No matter what our client’s needs may be – from an equitable adjustment claim to defense in a civil or criminal fraud allegation – we offer the experience that our clients need to achieve a successful outcome. Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig’s Washington DC federal government contracts lawyer litigation team has represented small and large businesses worldwide in a wide variety of sectors enforcing and defending all types of government contract related claims. Read more about specific types of government contract disputes and finding a Washington DC federal government contracts lawyer by clicking the links above.