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Responding and cooperating with federal investigators’ subpoena for records can be tricky. Although you are required to cooperate, companies have constitutional rights that they must protect. Therefore, the initial stages are very important.
Federal government contracts laws are very complex and also very strict. When companies are either under government investigation for procurement fraud, False Claims Act violations or SBA small business fraud, FBI investigation activity or some other investigation, both companies, and individuals have certain constitutional rights that must be protected at all costs.
At Watson & Associates, LLC Our team of federal procurement investigation attorneys ensures that businesses and individuals can reduce liability while safeguarding their legal rights when responding to subpoenas or request for documents, and interviews.When it comes to government contracting violations, the law firm uses over 30 years of combined experience to protect your constitutional rights while adequately cooperating with federal investigative agents. Our goal is to protect your and reputation while safeguarding your bottom line.
Our procurement litigation team includes seasoned professionals who consistently work corporate executives and their criminal defense lawyers to better understand and incorporate the unique rules and government contract regulations. We understand that traditional criminal defense attorneys may not always understand the crucial aspects of procurement law during a government investigation that can mitigate the outcome of a company or individual’s case.
Our government procurement contract defense lawyers help individuals and federal contractors with:
- Procurement Fraud Related Contract Investigation
- Responding to subpoenas and request for documents
- Inspector General (IG) Investigation
- DOJ and Congressional Investigations
- Responding to subpoena for records
- Corporate investigation legal assistance
- Internal investigations
- SBA small business programs (8(a), HUBZone)
- False Claims Act
- Invoices and performance issues
- FBI government investigations for procurement
- Procurement Fraud
- Competitive rates
- Free Initial consultation.
Federal Government Investigation, Contract Corruption & Procurement Defense Lawyer Services
Government contractors seeking help from legal professionals that understand issues that can arise in procurement contract corruption can use our government contract federal investigation lawyer for a variety of reasons including False Claims Act 31 USC 3729 allegations, qui tam government investigation, invoicing and SBA program matters.
Procurement Fraud Contract Corruption Allegations: When a government contract investigation is launched against a contractor, getting defense lawyers involved early in the process can prove fruitful in the event of criminal indictment and potential suspension and debarment actions. We help with the subpoena for records and assistance to corporate criminal counsel to better understand the nuances of federal government contracts and procurement law and can serve as consultants on government investigation defense strategies and more.
We have the ability to develop high-level litigation defense teams: Members of our federal investigations and Procurement corruption Litigation Practice Group join forces with our allies to aggressively represent clients in complex and high-risk cases with allegations of the False Claim FCA Act, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, contractor ethics and allegations of government fraud and questionable internal practices.
Other Federal Government Contracts and Corporate Investigations
SBA HUBZone and 8(a) Small Business Fraud Government Investigations: Many small businesses find themselves involved with a government fraud investigation that involved SBA small business programs. This includes white collar crime and government contracts fraud allegations in the SBA 8(a) Program, HUBZone Program fraud, corporate investigation with false statements and wire fraud when applying for 8(a) certification or getting 8(a) set-asides or sole source contracts. Watson’s attorneys can help.
Buy American Act Investigations: Another common area for a federal procurement contractor is alleged violations of the Buy American Act. Construction contractors or service providers often fall short of the statutory compliance regulations or simply are not aware of them. Watson’s Buy American Act lawyers can provide detailed legal support for companies involved in these types of federal investigations.
Congressional Procurement Contract Investigations: Another common area that triggers government contract criminal investigations is when congressional inquiries trigger an investigation for a specific government contractor. Understanding the flaws in procurement policy and being able to articulate defenses to possible criminal action can benefit a targeted contractor. If you are subjected to congressional investigations, qui tam government investigation, fraud investigation, corruption or other disputes, call our procurement investigation attorneys immediately.
We Help Federal Contractors Nationwide & Overseas
Our Government Investigations Defense Law Firm provides legal counsel to contractors throughout the United States and overseas including Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Washington DC, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, and Virgin Islands. Call our federal contracting and government investigation defense attorneys today for immediate help.
Call Watson’s Government Contractor Procurement Corruption Defense Lawyers
If you are looking to find a federal contract or government contract investigation defense attorney to save your or your company from potentially thousands or millions of dollars in fines, help with your subpoena for records, or to avoid suspension or debarment, contact an attorney today. If you are involved in corporate investigations or need assistance with procurement fraud, corruption or an unpaid contract claim, Call toll-free 1-866-601-5518 or 202.827-9750.