Washington DC Court of Federal Claims Bid Protest Lawyers (COFC) & Government Contract Protest Services and Federal Circuit Court of Appeals Litigation. Help for Contractors in ALL STATES and Overseas.
Are you a small business government contractor or DOD defense contractor struggling with how to protest a government contract award? If so, we can help. We have 20-plus years in the government procurement marketplace and understand the arguments that can potentially get a favorable result once the facts in your case support them.
Bid protests can be a complex and stressful process, but we’re here to help. Our team specializes in providing assistance and guidance to contractors navigating the bid protest process. With our expertise, you can avoid costly mistakes and increase your chances of a successful outcome.
Imagine being able to confidently submit your bids and proposals without worrying about the possibility of a protest. With our help, you can focus on growing your business and winning more contracts.
Don’t let a bid protest hold you back any longer. Contact us today to learn how we can help you navigate the bid protest process and achieve success as a government contractor.
In either event, finding bid protest lawyers who understand the government contract protest process
is very important. Whether you seek a bid protest intervenor attorney or are filing protests are the unsuccessful offeror, Watson & Associates, LLC can help. With law offices in Washington DC and in Denver, Colorado, we are geographically positioned to help small businesses and larger contractors throughout the United States and overseas.
Court of Federal Claims Bid Protest Lawyer Services – Washington DC
There are various grounds for protesting government contract awards. In addition to helping you through the federal government contract protest process after the award, our Washington DC bid protest lawyers and Court of Federal Claims bid protest attorneys can help you with the following types of protest:
- Pre-award protest when you challenge the terms of a solicitation
- Post-award protests
- Sole source justification
- Competition in Contracting Act disputes
- Improper technical proposal. evaluations
- Task orders and IDIQ contracts
- Improper trade-off or best value decisions
- Federal Supply Schedule contracts
- CICA automatic stay disputes
- Competitive range determinations
- LPTA contract evaluations
- Exclusion from competitive range determinations
- Lack of meaningful discussions and best value
- Cost realism analysis
- Application of Davis Bacon wages
- FAR Changes Clause and Change Orders
- Organizational Conflicts of Interest
- Improper past performance evaluations
- Unreasonable Technical Evaluations
- Contractor transition plans
- Disparate treatment and inconsistent evaluations
- Improper best value determinations and cost-technical tradeoffs
- Native American government contracts
- Contractor responsibility determinations
- Small business size standard challenges and appeals
- Conflict of interest… and more
- Government contract appeals to the federal circuit courts
For a Free Confidential Consultation, Speak with experienced government contract bid protest attorneys at 1-866-601-5518.
Government Contract Bid Protest Litigation Experience
Our government contracting bid protest lawyers use our thirty-plus years of government experience to help contractors to navigate through complex and sometimes confusing bid protest regulations. This includes rules on getting required debriefings and deciding on the best course of action to take. As a government contract law firm, we litigate matters at the Court of Federal Claims and have also litigated protests. We also appeal government contract protest disputes from the Court of Federal Claims to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Washington DC Bid Protest Appeal Lawyers
When lower courts such as the US Court of Federal Claims issued an adverse decision, government contractors can appeal the decision to the United Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. The bid protest attorneys at Watson & Associates, LLC will assess the merits of a proposed appeal to see if the lower court has committed a reversible error.
Bid Protest Intervenor Attorneys
Watson & Associates’ CO and Washington, DC bid protest attorneys also represent clients seeking to intervene, defend and protect their rights in a contract protest filed against the agency. As bid protest intervenor attorneys, we help contractors to weigh the pros and cons of filing as an intervenor. Learn about costly mistakes as a bid protest intervenor.
- Although a protest is a challenge to the agency’s award decision, procurement law allows an intervenor’s government contracts lawyer to step in and have a say.
- Becoming a bid protest intervenor can be advantageous in that the agency does not always see potential arguments to defeat the protest
- In other circumstances, the government’s interest and source selection evaluation board goals may not be the same as yours.
- As government contract litigation intervenor attorneys, we will be able to have access to a protective order and gain legal insight into where the agency has erred.
- Individuals or companies cannot review source selection sensitive information in the record. Instead, they can only have access to the public version of documents or court documents and redacted versions of other files.
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Regardless of whether you are located in Washington, D.C. or another state, we can help when protesting the award of a contract. For legal advice and guidance with the pros and cons of protesting, call our Colorado or Washington DC COFC bid protest lawyers and government contract protest attorneys at 202-827-9750 or call our main office for a free initial consultation. Call toll-free at 1-866-601-5518 or 1.855.697.3398. Find out more about the SBA HUBZone Program and how to file a protest.
Our Bid Protest Attorneys Practice Exclusively in the Areas of Federal Law in Washington DC.
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As part of our services, we also conduct research into applicable laws and regulations so that you can make informed decisions about how to proceed with your case. Call our Washington DC bid protest attorneys at 1.866.601.5518 or 1.855.697.3398.