Defense contractor fraud lawyers: Help with Government Contractor Fraud Cases Nationwide and Overseas. As defense contractor fraud attorneys, we understand the rules and where federal law enforcement may fail. Our goal is to minimize the impact of investigations and targets to shut down large and small businesses.
Watson & Associates’ federal government contractor lawyers help small businesses and large DOD contractors in criminal allegations of government contract fraud. Getting the proper legal defense means knowing the unique hurdles to overcome when issues related to small business fraud, SDVOSB fraud, HUBZone Fraud and SBA 8(a) program fraud or other common types of cases arise.
Our law firm frequently helps criminal defense attorneys to better understand how to defend the various criminal allegations from federal prosecutors and how to better develop a high-level defense strategy.
With law offices in Washington DC and in Denver, Colorado, our law office has a national reach to help federal government contractors in a variety of criminal defense and civil defense disputes.
Defense Contractor Fraud Attorney Services
Our federal government contractor defense attorney provides sound legal representation by:
- SBA 8(a) Program Fraud
- HUBZone Small Business Fraud
- SDVOSB Fraud
- Small business control issues
- False Claims Act
- Issues present in government contractor investigations
- Fraud based on improper labor rates
- Defective materials
- Construction disputes
- Adequately preparing our clients for government investigations and responding to an agency request for documents
Contractor Lawyers – Outside in Criminal Cases
When federal contractors hire local criminal defense attorneys, there may be a problem where the defense lawyer may not be well-versed in federal procurement law or the intricacies of the Federal Acquisition Regulations. At Watson & Associates, our defense contractor fraud lawyers provide outside counsel services to criminal defense firms that need help with criminal cases
SBA 8(a) Fraud Contractor Lawyers: Small businesses that are doing business with the federal government may find themselves defending criminal or civil actions against allegations of fraud or false claims involving the SBA 8(a) Program. Common issues include pass-through contracting disputes, business control and affiliation matters, fraudulently controlling an 8(a) business and overall allegations of fraudulent schemes with an intent to defraud the government. These are all areas where government contractor lawyers can help you with.
SDVOSB and HUBZone Fraud Attorney: Government contractor fraud can also include criminal and civil liability for SDVOSB fraud and for violating the SBA HUBZone laws. When companies face criminal charges for allegations of procurement and HUBZone fraud, Watson & Associates’ government contractor fraud attorneys and lawyers can help. Issues that frequently arise include violation of the HUBZone employee residence rules, pass-through contracts, violations of the limitations on subcontracting regulations and false claims and certifications to the federal government.
Bid Protests and Government Contractor Defense at the Court of Federal Claims
Overseas government contractor lawyer: When cases are filed at the US Court of Federal Claims, companies may intervene into the case and present some level of government contractor defense in a bid protest or some other case. Our federal procurement attorneys provide a myriad of litigation services when cases are filed at the Court of Federal Claims. Whether the government has brought a civil case for a contract claim, or some other allegations, our law firm can help.
Information for DOD Defense Contractors
Call Our Federal Defense Contractor Fraud Lawyers
Call 1-866-601-5518 or contact us by e-mail to arrange an initial free confidential and informative consultation with experienced government contract fraud attorneys. We represent DOD contractors and companies in all states including Dubai, Afghanistan, Iraq, Virginia, Washington, DC, MD and CO. The firm offers a free initial case evaluation with no obligation.