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Government Contracts Litigation and Investigations

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Williams Mullen delivers a depth of experience in the specialized courts and procedures that make government contract litigation unique. The lawyers practicing with our Government Contracts Litigation and Investigations practice group have litigated hundreds of government contract protests and disputes in the last decade and we are authorities in highly-specialized contracts litigation that our clients face, including:

  • Bid Protests and size status protests
  • Contract dispute claims
  • Contract appeals
  • Civil actions
  • Criminal defense
  • Internal and government investigations
  • Suspension and debarment
  • Construction litigation
  • Cost recovery and accounting disputes
  • Alternative dispute resolution
  • State and local bid protests
  • International Disputes

Members of our Government Contracts Litigation and Investigations team bring years of government and industry experience to the analysis of each contract dispute to develop a winning strategy for local, state, federal and foreign government contract cases. We share our client’s goals of winning contract award and performing contracts with financial success and customer satisfaction. We provide mature, reasoned, business-sensitive litigation counsel that seeks to maximize recovery but not unnecessarily antagonize the government customer.

From bid and proposal creation through contract disputes and contract appeals litigation, Williams Mullen’s government contracts lawyers provide comprehensive legal services. We understand the unique nuances involved in government contracts, and while we stay alert for opportunities to negotiate a settlement, we have aggressively litigated government contract disputes and protests before the Government Accountability Office, the U. S. Court of Federal Claims, Federal and State Boards of Contract Appeals, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, U.S. Courts of Appeals, various foreign courts, pursuant to the dispute and arbitration rules of the United Nations, and various state and federal courts.

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