Press, Dozier & Hamelburg government contracts attorneys serve the legal needs of government contractors - both prime and subcontractors - ranging in size from new, emerging enterprises to large, publicly-traded organizations. Our clients benefit from legal solutions that allow them to manage and resolve issues that are unique to doing business with the federal government, from the contract bid proposal process to issues stemming from contract termination.
The laws that govern contracting with the government are numerous and complex. Our lawyers counsel businesses on various government procurement issues, including:
Press, Dozier & Hamelburg attorneys offer timely advice to both large and small 8(a) businesses as they navigate myriad statutes and regulations that surround government procurement. With the heightened competition for government contracts driven by the recent economic downturn, our firm's attorneys have often been called upon to help clients prevent the release of their confidential and proprietary information to would-be competitors through the Freedom of Information Act.
Attorney Jamie Hamelburg has significant experience litigating before the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals, and in bid protests before the General Accounting Office. She has litigated complex contractual issues, such as those arising out of the termination for default of the A-12 advanced tactical aircraft. Ms. Hamelburg was also the Editor-In-Chief of The Government Contractor, a weekly publication on government contract law and policy published by Federal Publications.
Attorney Daniel Dozier has more than two decades of government contracts law experience. Because he has served as a manager of a major government contract and because he is currently a subcontractor on a four-year task order contract, Mr. Dozier understands the issues that both prime and subcontractors face when dealing with government contracts. He has also served as an intermediary to solve difficult issues between government contractors without litigation.
Experienced, creative and proactive problem-solvers, we will be at your side to resolve any government contract disputes you face through alternative dispute resolution, administrative appeals or litigation.