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Prime Contracts, Subcontracts, Performance, Compliance, Bid Protests and Litigation for Maryland, DC and Virginia

Government Contracts Lawyers based in MarylandOur seasoned professionals handle prime and subcontract negotiations, joint ventures, teaming agreements, recapitalizations, real estate, labor, bid protests, litigation and more for government contractors. We regularly help commercial companies navigate the challenging regulatory waters and expand into the government contracting market.

Our team brings substantial boots-on-the-ground operational experience, current TS/SCI security clearances and legal know-how to increase contract awards, modify contracts and settle disputes.  We routinely help clients respond to RFPs, create work statements, determine pricing, establish teaming and joint ventures, negotiate contracts, protest awards, conduct investigations, comply with tax and labor requirements, suspensions and debarments and avoid, or if necessary, conduct litigation.

Our key focus areas include:

  • RFPs, proposals and multiple competitive bids for information technology, energy and homeland security
  • Contract negotiations, performance, modification, termination and administration, including large DOD privatizations and DOE management and operating services
  • Classified contracts for the DOD, IC and FBI up to the TS/SCI level
  • Whistleblower, fraud and similar investigations and remediation
  • Joint ventures, teaming agreements and other multiple party arrangements
  • Intellectual property, trade secret and data ownership, licensing and usage of intangible property
  • Cyber and physical security requirements under FedRAMP, NIST, NISPOM and other standards
  • Bid protests
  • State and local requirements
  • Mergers and acquisitions, including due diligence, risk identification and valuation
  • Education, best practices, compliance policies, training and audits
  • Labor and employment requirements
  • Socio-economic requirements
  • Suspensions and debarments
  • Litigation, claims and disputes