Michigan Government Contract Attorneys

Competing against other businesses for government contracts involves understanding the complex regulations and processes required to submit a successful bid. Often competing against incumbent contract holders, small business owners and service-disabled veteran business owners need sound advice and a strong advocate in order for their voices to be heard.

At the Northville, Michigan, law firm of Fausone Bohn, LLP, we assist small to mid-sized businesses in submitting bids for government contracts. We represent contractors, subcontractors and other small business entities at every step of government contracting, including:

  • Formal application and contract bidding processes
  • Compliance with the Competition in Contracting Act
  • Bid appeals before the GAO (Government Accountability Office), Court of Federal Claims and other government agencies
  • GAO protests
  • Post-contract claims
  • Negotiation of contract terms

To learn more about how we can help your business in matters regarding government contracts, talk to Jim Fausone at 248-468-4536. We represent business owners throughout Michigan.

What Is Unique About Government Contracts?

Federal, State and municipal contracts are different from other contracts for a variety of reasons:

  • They are subject to a high level of regulation to ensure uniformity and to curb misappropriation of funds.
  • They are drafted by experienced governmental lawyers using past contracts as a guide.
  • Contractual disputes with the government follow a unique process to give the government special status.

All these reasons make it vital to speak to an experienced government contracts lawyer who is well-versed in contracts and the bidding process at all levels of government. Licensed to practice in state and federal courts, our attorneys represent businesses ranging from construction contracts, military contractors, manufacturers, service providers, hospitals, professionals, banks and credit unions. We know what to expect in government contract issues and can effectively guide you through the process.

Call a Michigan government contract lawyer for an initial consultation.