Federal Construction Scope of Work Changes

In government construction contracting, a general contractor often litigates contract disputes about construction scope of work changes but often finds out after thousands in litigation costs, that it has either failed to follow FAR procedure or took a substandard technical approach to get paid.  For large federal projects, the risk of… Read more »

Federal Voidable Contract Definition

Analyzing what is a voidable contract is sometimes confusing even sophisticated parties. For example, many recent construction cases involved instances where the contract between the contractor and the government was held by the ASBCA to be a voidable contract given various mistakes made by the contractor.  It is important for… Read more »

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 »

Quantum Meruit Damages in Federal Government Contracts

When Do You Qualify for Quantum Meruit Recovery in Federal Government Contract Claims Against the Federal Government? If you have a written contract, this can be a tricky undertaking. Filing quantum meruit claims against the federal government can be confusing to businesses and individuals. Understanding what quantum meruit damages are… Read more »

Federal Prompt Payment Act

Resolve Invoice Problems With the Government in a Cost -Effective Way The Federal Prompt Payment Act (PPA), 31 USC 3901-3905 , ensures that federal agencies pay vendors for their invoices on time. However, not all government invoices paid on time. This not only creates a hardship; it also impacts the contractor’s ability… Read more »