FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS & CO BUSINESS LAW ATTORNEYS
Contractors and businesses that need legal advice with ITAR compliance and export control certification come to us for legal counsel. Read more.
Watson & Associates LLC Colorado and Washington DC contract law firm offers extensive legal counsel and consulting support on government small business matters including SBA 8(a) Program, HUBZone, SDVOSB, joint ventures and teaming agreements and overall SBA Program matters. Read more.
Nationwide Federal Government Contract Law Firm
With law offices in Washington, DC and Denver, Colorado, our federal government contracts law attorneys and business lawyers are geographically positioned to help federal contractors on a national level. Clients come to us to resolve problems, provide honest legal advice and to work hard to protect their rights. We help federal clients in all states with litigation, appeals and consulting services.
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Many federal government contractors do the same things over and over again when getting government contracts get the same results. Develop internal policies, controls and focused checklists that keep your company out of legal trouble. Learn how court decisions and recent legislative developments can impact your business and develop a robust marketing and business development approach that can double company revenues. Without these basic approaches, government contractors can guarantee themselves the same results. Thus, ending more attorney fees at the reactive stages.
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