Construction Contract Claims Against the Federal Government

When submitting construction contract claims against the Federal Government, or any service contract disputes, there are unique and dangerous rules and regulations that unaware companies. There is a common legal practice that many construction companies should be aware of.   It is called preserving your right for a potential appeal…. Read more »

ASBCA Rules – Jurisdiction and Contractor Claims

Making sure that your government contract claim appeal is, and can be, heard by the proper body is critical under Board of Contract Appeals ASBCA Rules.  If you file an appeal that cannot be heard, you are simply wasting time and money. When the contracting officer issues a final decision,… Read more »

US Export Administration Regulations EAR Compliance and Export Penalties

Avoid Costly Mistakes With US Export Administration Act, EAR Compliance and Penalties If you are cited for violating the US Export Control  and commerce regulations, 15 CFR 730-774 (2007) (EAR), you can face both criminal and administrative penalties.  United States Export Administration Regulations are focused on keeping dangerous goods out of the… Read more »

OCSLA Understanding Potential Liabilities & Obligations

Are you considering a mineral rights or similar lease from the government on the Outer Continental Shelf  (OCSLA)? It is crucial to understand your potential liabilities and obligations that may arise from provisions not specifically stated in the contract and when you may have a breach of contract claim against… Read more »

Complex Commercial Litigation Definition and Types of Disputes

Complex commercial litigation involves high-stakes and a wide array of litigation rules and procedure. Businesses often engage in disputes where the outcome involves large amounts of money, misuse of intellectual property, fraud and deceptive trade practices or even complex employee disputes. Individuals may need defense in complex commercial disputes litigation… Read more »