Brunini has a vibrant Government Contracts practice. Brunini’s Government Contracts practice is led by an experienced group of attorneys who assist clients in navigating this challenging area of law. We advise clients on a broad range of issues impacting companies that enter into, or seek to enter into, business relationships with federal, state and local governmental entities. We also routinely advise the governmental entities themselves.
Brunini attorneys represent government contractors in every phase of procurement, including submission of bids and negotiation of proposals, prosecution and defense of bid protests, contract performance and claims resolution. We have represented government contractors in adversarial proceedings before numerous state and federal administrative agencies and state and federal courts, including the United States Court of Federal Claims and various federal appeal boards (Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals, Civilian Board of Contract Appeals, Corps of Engineers Board of Contract Appeals, VA Board of Contract Appeals, etc.).
The companies we assist in this area include large, established government contractors, as well as companies in emerging industries. Our clients are from numerous industries, including information technology, communications, construction and engineering, environmental engineering and consulting, energy, and others.
Areas of Representation:
- Bid and proposal analysis and preparation
- Assistance in drafting and implementing compliance programs and developing company-wide procurement policies and procedures
- Negotiation and drafting of subcontracts and joint ventures
- Bid protests and government contract litigation related to disputes surrounding the formation, protest, and performance of contracts
- Avoidance of suspension and debarment
- Internal audits and investigations
- Performance and termination disputes arising from prime contracts and subcontracts, including terminations for default and/or convenience
- Interpretation of and response to statutory and regulatory requirements