There are several areas in which our clients need assistance in the government contracts area. Our team has a depth of knowledge and practical experience that is unsurpassed. This page provides a sampling of the various government contracts issues on which our team counsels clients. We offer legal guidance to various types of government contractors, from small start-up contractors to multi-million dollar established contractors, and will help our clients every step of the way.
We provide counseling and negotiation for subcontracts, including the drafting of subcontracts, modifications, teaming agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and non-competitive agreements. We also offer legal advice on dispute resolution related to those in agreements.
Our team provides counseling on responsibility, integrity, and compliance issues, including contractor integrity issues, compliance programs, fraud investigations, and suspension and debarment (more fully explained elsewhere).
In some circumstances, our government contract clients need assistance in obtaining information related to various contracts, competitors, or agencies. We are well-versed in pursuing that type of information under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) at the federal and state or local level. Additionally, there have been times when a competitor is seeking to obtain our client’s information under an FOIA request. We have the knowledge and skillsets to protect that information from release.
We offer strategic legal advice related to various other potential government contracting issues, such as:
- Intellectual Property
- Information technology
- State and local contracting
- Performance problems, terminations, specifications, and payment or invoicing issues.
Contact the team at Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig by calling (800) 747-9354 or by emailing email@example.com. Our team is here to help guide you through all aspects of this process.