Construction Contracts & Service Contracts
Helping Contractors to Avoid Costly Legal Mistakes with Government Contract Disputes Act (CDA) Litigation and Contract Claims Appeals. All States. Free Initial Consultation – Call 1-866-601-5518.
Did you know that:
- Contracting officers deny 38% of claims because they do not meet the Tucker Act and Contract Disputes Act requirements.
- Government contracting officers may not always tell you that your claim does not meet the Contract Disputes Act of 1978 requirements?
- Agencies can literally wait until appeal to ASBCA, CBCA or Court of Federal Claims and then assert a defense that your claim does not meet CDA requirements?
- Contracting officer’s continuing to ask for additional information or trying to offer low settlement does NOT by itself allow you to file an appeal?
- There could be available remedies for breach of contract?
We practice before the various appeal courts: When it comes to CDA claims on a federal government contract, at Watson & Associates, LLC, our team of government contract attorneys ensures that businesses can reduce liabilities and exposure for nonpayment of legitimate federal contract claims. The law firm offers over 30 years of combined experience to protect your federal projects and reputation while safeguarding your bottom line.
Our government claims litigation team includes several seasoned professionals who frequently practice within the various courts and understand how to craft sound legal arguments. We have earned a reputation for gaining favorable results for small businesses and large DOD contractors through vigorous legal advocacy.sentation.
Federal Government Contract Claims Lawyers, ADR and Appeal Services
- Preparing documentation that meets the Tucker Act and Contract Disputes Act requirements
- Litigation and appeals of federal construction contracts and service contracts
- Assessing the facts and support of your claim under 4 CFR Part 21
- Addressing CDA statute of limitations problems at the CBCA, ASBCA and other courts
- Helping with request for equitable adjustment and breach of contract issues
- FAR Flow-down clauses and possible remedies for breach of contract
- Contract Disputes Act deemed denial legal analysis
- ADR or mediation representation
- Quantum meruit disputes
- Contract Disputes Act claims to arise from scope changes and modifications
- Construction contract dispute resolution and construction contracts claims
- Appeals to the Civilian Board of Contract Appeals CBCA, ASBCA, US Court of Appeals Federal Circuit, or Court of Federal Claims
To speak with a federal contract attorney for the next steps, call for a Free Initial Consultation. 1-866-601-5518.
Avoid costly legal mistakes during dispute resolution: Watson & Associates’ federal government contract law attorneys assist small and large business leaders in preparing government contract claims that are focused on avoiding costly mistakes and maximizing payment. We frequently help contractors to adequately prepare their claims applications and make sure that supporting documentation and explanations are included. When uncertain about whether to appeal, our law office helps with the Contract Disputes Act deemed denial if the contracting officer does not respond.
Over 30 years in federal government procurement: Given our decades of experience working for federal procurement contracting agencies, Contract Disputes Act lawyers at our law firm understand the legal issues and mistakes that government contractors make. Given our previous experience working on the government’s side, we are simply in a better position to advocate on your behalf. Read our Successful Outcomes to see what we mean.
What Can You Expect from Watson’s Government Contract Attorneys?
With law offices in Washington, DC, and Denver, Colorado, our federal government contract attorneys are geographically positioned to help domestic and international US government contractors to navigate through the nuances of helping with the government contract claims process or whether it be a bid protest or claims appeal to CBCA or another appeals court.
- Detailed legal assessments of each case including construction contracts and service contracts;
- Legal review for substantive legal merit and likelihood of success;
- Cost-effective solutions and credible legal advice.
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Learn more about filing an Appeal From a Contracting Officer’s Final Decision to ASBCA, Civilian Board of Contract Appeals (CBCA) or Court of Federal Claims.
If litigation arises, we are prepared to aggressively defend adverse actions in court. Our practice areas run wide, which means we can help you from beginning to end of the claims process from start to finish.
Tips for Federal Government Contract Disputes Act of 1978 Claims
Should you always add FAR certification language to all submissions?
Yes. regardless of whether a government contractor submits a request for equitable adjustment or traditional claim under the Contract Disputes Act, 41 USC 71, they should always insert the certification language.
Are requests for equitable adjustment – CDA claims under 41 USC 71?
No. Depending upon the contents of the request for equitable adjustment, the submission to the contracting officer may not meet the CDA requirements under 41 USC 71. If not, framed correctly, contractors find out too late (sometimes on appeal), that their efforts are fruitless.
Other Areas of Government Contract Lawyer Expertise
- Termination for convenience
- Termination for Default
- Teaming agreements and joint venture relationships
- SBA and government small business matters
- Bid protests
- Termination of contract appeals
- False Claims Act
- GSA contract matters
Contact a Government Contract Disputes Act, ADR & Appeals Attorney
To minimize the risk of loss in construction contracts and service contract, and to maintain a sound relationship with federal agencies, or get help with ADR representation, contact a federal government Contract Disputes Act appeals attorney and government contract claims contract lawyer at Watson & Associates today. Call toll-free at 1-866-601-5518 or 202.827-9750 in Washington DC.