Comprehensive Legal Representation for Government Contractors
Companies doing business with the federal government – whether as a prime or subcontractor – have a specialized set of rules that they must follow to achieve business success. Our attorneys know these rules. Led by William T. Welch with J. Patrick McMahon, General Counsel’s Government Contracts Group has over fifty years of government contract law experience.
General Counsel, P.C.’s attorneys have experience relevant to the entire lifecycle of a government contractor – from contract negotiation and award to contract administration and disputes. We have been able to resolve disputes with Government customers without having to resort to antagonizing litigation procedures that can sometimes destroy good customer relations. When necessary, we have filed bid protests and pursued contract claims against the Government with successful results.
We have advised clients on teaming agreements, subcontractor agreements, and related issues. We also advise contractors who qualify for small business set-aside awards, 8(a) competitive and non-competitive contracts, and HUBZone and Service-Disabled, Veteran Owned (SDVO) contracts.
Our attorneys have been involved in over 150 bid protests. Finally, General Counsel, P.C.’s attorneys have experience negotiating and litigating subcontractor disputes in state and federal courts and before private dispute resolution panels such as the American Arbitration Association.
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Areas of Practice
- Administrative Law
- Appellate Practice
- Business Organizations
- Business Torts
- Commercial Law & Contracts
- Intellectual Property
- Labor & Employment Law
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning
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