Is it logical to assume that some complexity might attach to legal subject matter when it relates to contracts executed between businesses and federal government agencies?
Indeed, there is, and we suspect that even most of our readers who lack any personal experience in dealing with government entities in a business capacity know that to be the case.
In fact, there is a virtual encyclopedia's worth of rules and procedures relevant to business/government interaction in any case where a company is involved with any aspect of a government contract, including matters relating to procurement and purchasing processes.
We know that intimately as long-tenured legal advisers and advocates representing all types of companies involved in business matters with government agencies across the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area and beyond.
And, given our knowledge and practiced experience in this singular area of law, we readily note on a relevant page of our website at David, Brody and Dondershine, LLP, "the many issues associated with government contracts."
Those issues can materially emerge at every stage of a government contract matter, from preliminary negotiations and bidding to litigating disputes and making arguments before federal courts, administrative judges and agency personnel.
A proven government contracting and business law attorney must wear many hats and command exacting knowledge across a wide universe of administrative, statutory and case law rules and enactments in order to effectively promote the best interests of a business client interacting with government officials on a contract-related matter.
Any company seeking to do, or already engaged in performing, contract work with the federal government will likely find the process both challenging and replete with opportunity.
An experienced government contract attorney can help ensure that the experience goes smoothly and that a client's interests are fully protected at all times.