Government Contracts

Phillips Lytle’s Government Contracts attorneys are well versed in navigating the complex legal issues faced by contractors in the federal marketplace. Our approach emphasizes the development of legal solutions that integrate with our clients’ strategic business objectives, and our team has broad, in-depth experience in all facets of government contract law.

We regularly assist our clients at every stage of the contracting process, from responding to solicitations through award and administration, to resolution of disputes (by litigation or other means) including strategic communications.

Phillips Lytle’s strategic counseling in the federal marketplace is guided by our attorneys’ extensive knowledge of the intricate framework that makes up government contract law, including the Federal Acquisition Regulation, the Competition in Contracting Act, and the Contract Disputes Act, along with statutes and regulations governing niche areas, such as the Concessions Policy Act of 1965 and the National Park Service Concessions Management Improvement Act of 1998.

Our attorneys are experienced in litigating contract claims against the U.S. government and are well versed in the unique jurisdiction of the United States Court of Federal Claims, the U.S. Government Accountability Office and the various boards of contract appeals.

Our expertise in government contract law:

  • Bid protests
  • Crisis management and strategic communications
  • Contract proposal development
  • False Claims Act
  • Federal Tort Claims Act and sovereign immunity issues
  • Government contract disputes
  • Government shutdowns and other operations disruptions
  • Intellectual property issues
  • Internal investigations
  • Regulatory compliance and policy matters
  • Transition of operations from incumbent to new awardee
Government Contracts