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Experienced Government Contracting & Business Law Attorneys

Government contracting and business law matters often involve extremely complicated legal issues that require the attention of an experienced lawyer. From determining what type of business entity to form to addressing compliance with the acquisition regulations to handling procurement protests and complex business litigation, it is important to have strong representation on your side to ensure that your interests are protected at all times.

At the Metropolitan D.C. based law firm of David, Brody & Dondershine, LLP, we have extensive experience handling a wide variety of business law  and government contracting matters. The broad collective background of our attorneys puts us in a strong position to represent local and national business clients of all sizes and configurations across a broad range of industries. We serve clients throughout the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Area.

Results-Oriented Representation with Personal Care

Every member of our firm has over 20 years of professional experience. We provide our clients with all the services and experience of a large law firm, in a more efficient and cost-effective manner. We handle cases in the areas of general business law,  government and commercial contracts, employment law, intellectual property, tax law and estate and business succession planning.

Being a smaller firm allows us to provide more personalized attention to our clients. Our clients appreciate how responsive we are to their needs and how accessible we are when they have questions or concerns. We pride ourselves on the quality of the service we provide and our ability to find sound, innovative and timely solutions to our clients' legal issues.

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Contact our office today to learn more about our services and how we can help you. You can reach us by phone at 703-264-2220 or via e-mail.

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