We practice in three often interrelated areas: government contracts; construction law; and commercial litigation. Because we focus primarily on government contracts, most of what we do arises from or relates to a contract with the federal government, whether the government is directly involved (such as in a bid protest, claim, audit, or investigation) or indirectly involved (such as in a construction or commercial dispute between prime contractor and subcontractor on a government contract). However, because of the wide variety of experience and the significant success we’ve had in our construction and commercial litigation practices, clients frequently retain us for construction or commercial litigation that is completely unrelated to government contracts.
Our clients work in a variety of industries and are located throughout the United States and overseas. As a result, the areas in which we practice lead us into courts and boards throughout the United States, as well as before international arbitration tribunals.