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LLMBound2L wrote:Thank you so much everyone!!!!Per your advice, I will head to BigLaw then . . . I love Govt Contracts bc I used to work in this area on the state level , and I found it really fun! Im sure if I keep applying everywhere, eventually I will find a Govt Contracts Job . . . its good to know that the LLM won’t help me much more get a job in this area. I will just apply for jobs in the area and keep applying!!

Miller & Chevalier Chartered

The government contracts practice at Miller & Chevalier Chartered provides counseling and litigation services to a host of clients in the technology, manufacturing, healthcare, professional services and aviation sectors. Recent engagements showcase the team’s broad capabilities in assisting with contract claims, bid protests and issues arising out of the Covid-19 crisis. Based in Washington DC, the practice group is jointly led by Jason Workmaster, who is regularly engaged by defense industry clients and is particularly skilled at handling cost disputes, and Alejandro Sarria, a contact for contract claims, bid protests and False Claims Act cases.

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Morrison & Foerster Llp

Morrison & Foerster LLP has broad capabilities across the entire array of government contract and public procurement work, but is perhaps best known for its bid protest practice. The team balances a busy contentious and transactional workload with a significant proportion of its mandates involving classified matters and sensitive FCA litigation, contract claims against the government in forums such as the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals , and M& A involving government contractors. The team is one of the first ports of call for emerging Sillicon Valley tech companies that rely on government contracts and grant funding, thanks to the firm’s strong presence in San Francisco and its wide-ranging expertise in IP protection and cybersecurity issues. Based in Washington DC, the department is jointly led by Alex Ward, Tina Reynolds and Kevin Mullen, the latter of whom specializes in bid protest litigation. Also recommended are David Churchill, government contracting M& A specialist Damien Specht and James Tucker, who focuses on bid protests.

Kevin Mullen Tina Reynolds Alex Ward

Other key lawyers:

David Churchill Damien Specht James Tucker Jay DeVecchio

Testimonials

Exceptional government contracts practice, able to offer a broad range of services. I work particularly with Alex Ward who is very pleasant, diligent and sophisticated.

Accessible, available at any time and provide smart recommendations.

Key clients

ASRC Federal Holding Co./ASRC Industrial Services LLC

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Learn More About Government Contracts Law

The legal focus of government contracts concern all rules, statutes, cases, regulations and procedures in which any organization or company must adhere to when forming business relations with federal, state or local governments. The regulations pertaining to government contract law reflect essentially every aspect of the creation, performance and future termination of a contractual agreement with a government agency.

Representing A Wide Range Of Industries

Cohen Seglias Recognized by U.S. News

We apply our government contracting experience in a wide range of industries, including:

  • Construction, Architecture and Engineering
  • Information Technology, Telecommunications and Information Systems
  • Intelligence Community Contractors
  • GSA and VA Federal Supply Schedule Contractors
  • Healthcare
  • Transportation

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What You Need To Know

  • Bradley has added a government contracts attorney from Smith, Currie & Hancock
  • David Long also joined the firm in its banking and financial services group.

Am Law 200 firm Bradley Arant Boult Cummings has brought two more lawyers into its Washington, D.C., office.

Erik Coon joins the firms construction practice as a government contracts specialist, while David Long joins Bradleys banking and financial services group.

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Government Contracts Llm Or Biglaw Job Forum

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Postby tfer2222»Sun Feb 24, 2013 4:25 pm

LLMBound2L wrote:Ok so I chose a law school that was not at the top of my law school list, but one that offered me a full-ride . I have regretted it ever since, but unfortunately, it is too late to change now . I most likely have a job offer for IP at a big law firm when I graduate. However, I am more interested in government contracts, and on top of that, I would really like to get a degree from a better school than the one I chose . I am not located in Washington DC where most of the government contracts biglaw firms reside . My end goal is to do government contracts in-house for a company like Lockheed, Boeing, etc. Should I accept the big-law offer in IP, keep my debts down, and try to transfer eventually as a lateral either to a big-law govt contracts firm or in-house, or should I go to Washington DC to get my LLM in government contracts procurement .What should i be thinking about when I make this decision? I don’t know anything about the Government Contracts law industry, and my school knows nothing as well I don’t want to add to my debt . . . however, IP is not very fun. I could suffer through it for a few years if necessary to get to a better end goal !

Covington & Burling Llp

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Covington & Burling LLP has a very strong reputation in public procurement mandates, ranging from government contract disputes to bid protests and investigations involving the False Claims Act. Frederic Levy and Jason Carey are key practitioners in the department, which has acted for major contractors from a variety of industries, with a particular emphasis on the aerospace, defense and life sciences sectors.

Microsoft

Work highlights

  • Represented Navistar in a partially intervened qui tam litigation matter asserting violations of the False Claims Act related to several contracts with the US Department of Defense for MRAP vehicles.
  • Defending Microsoft in an ongoing bid protest at the Court of Federal Claims regarding the Department of Defenses award of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract to Microsoft in late 2019 and its re-award to Microsoft in late 2020 following additional proceedings.
  • Represents Cerner regarding its ongoing contract for electronic health records services with the VA.

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Top Government Contracts Law Firm

Not all government contracting law firms are created equal. Regardless of how large or small your company might be, the courts are filled with decisions where DOD contractors have lost out on millions due to some misunderstanding of the regulations for gov contracts.

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At Watson & Associates, LLC, we help companies to develop sound internal controls and business practices to reduce adverse impact and court decisions.

If you have contracts with the government or want to be competitive and stay in compliance, our government contracts lawyers can help.

  • Our law firm helps government contractors in all states
  • Your case is looked at as though it were going before a judge
  • We may not have all answers right away but we certainly know where to find them

Experience & Recent Representations

Our lawyers excel at guiding clients through all stages of litigation, and we specialize in complex, high-stakes disputes involving matters of first impression. The litigation risk experienced by contractors and subcontractors performing under federal, state and local contracts and grants is unique, and requires litigators with specialized knowledge. Our team of lawyers has a deep understanding of the vast array of statutes, regulations, case law and other requirements that continue to generate a growing number of disputes.

We have significant experience practicing before the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Court of Federal Claims, boards of contract appeals and other state and federal courts throughout the United States. In addition to these traditional venues for government contracts litigation, our groups members routinely guide clients through dispute proceedings in non-U.S. tribunals, international arbitrations and specialized quasi-judicial regulatory hearings.

Our deep bench of litigators has experience with virtually all types of cases involving government contractors. We routinely handle appeals of government and contractor claims, and specialize in complex matters involving key areas such as:

  • The U.S. governments Cost Accounting Standards and Federal Acquisition Regulation cost principles
  • Construction, engineering and contingency contracts
  • Prime-sub disputes

Recent representations include:

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About Our Construction & Procurement Practice Group

The members of the Bradley Construction & Procurement Practice Group have spent decades representing a broad range of construction industry clients around the country and the world, providing a wealth of practical, hands-on business and legal experience to develop solutions for the challenges our clients confront every day.

Oles Morrison Rinker & Baker Llp

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Boasting a deep bench of government contracts specialists on the West Coast, Oles Morrison Rinker & Baker, LLP is recognized for its experience in government construction contracting matters. Howard Roth leads the practice out of Seattle and has an impressive track record in contract disputes involving maritime and aerospace contractors. In addition to the group’s strengths in bid protests and claims, the team is also experienced in intellectual property issues under government contracts and grants. James Nagle focuses on the intersection of government contracts and construction law, which is also an area of specialty for Thomas Krider. Adam Lasky left for Seyfarth Shaw LLP in July 2020, and David Yang is now at K& L Gates.

Practice head:

HamiltonJet

Work highlights

  • Serving as counsel to TOTE in its administration of the US Maritime Administrations National Security Multi-Mission Vessel program.
  • Serving as counsel to Zoic Labs, Inc. on numerous technical data and computer software issues and deals.
  • Successfully represented Leupold Stevens in a bid protest before the Government Accountability Office regarding an out-of-scope modification by the US Navy to a contract for rifle scopes.

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Bradleys Government Contracts Practice Group Named Law360 Practice Group Of The Year

Bradley is pleased to announce that the firms Government Contracts Practice Group was recently named a 2021 Law360 Practice Group of the Year.

This incredible recognition is the direct result of our groups hard work and dedication we could not be more grateful to our incredible clients, who entrust us with a broad array of complex, high-stakes matters, said Bradley partner and Government Contracts Practice Group co-leader Aron Beezley.

Bradley is one of only six firms in the country to receive this prestigious honor.

To read the full press release, please visit the following link.

Aron Beezley is the co-leader of Bradleys Government Contracts Practice Group. Ranked nationally in Government Contracts Law by Chambers in 2019-2020, named one of the Top Attorneys Under 40 nationwide in Government Contracts Law by Law360 in 2016-2017, and listed in Washington, D.C.

Aron Beezley is the co-leader of Bradleys Government Contracts Practice Group. Ranked nationally in Government Contracts Law by Chambers in 2019-2020, named one of the Top Attorneys Under 40 nationwide in Government Contracts Law by Law360 in 2016-2017, and listed in Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers as a Rising Star in Government Contracts Law in 2014-2020, Arons vast experience includes representation of government contractors in a variety of industries and in all aspects of the government-contracting process, including negotiation, award, performance and termination.

Help With Gov Contracts Compliance

The core of avoidance for adverse actions when you have contracts with the government is to make sure you have a viable compliance program. When the government investigates your company, having a valid government contracts compliance program is always helpful.

We are one of the top government contracts law firms for small business consulting, FAR compliance, contract management solutions, avoiding termination for default or suspension and debarment.

Be Proactive Can Reduce Thousands in Unnecessary Lawyer Fees

Many companies find themselves playing from behind when there is a problem with federal gov contracts. Sometimes having a fresh pair of eyes reviewing what may seem like a tough procurement law problem can save thousands in unnecessary lawyer fees. At Watson & Associates, LLC our government contract lawyers have significant experience in a vast amount of federal contracting substantive areas.

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