FAR Termination for Default Clause in a Contract

Under the  FAR Termination for Default Clause in a contract, the government can exercise its right to completely or partially terminate a contract because of the contractor’s actual or anticipated failure to perform its contractual obligations or even failure to properly respond to a cure notice. When the contractor issues a cure… Read more »

Contractor Termination Tips

Contractor termination is common in federal government contracting. Whether the government’s decision is to terminate a contract for default or convenience, each type will make a huge difference as to your next steps. Not all government contractor terminations are as simple to challenge as most businesses may think. Evidence in… Read more »

Contractors’ Decision to File a Bid Protest at COFC or GAO

Bid protest filed at the Court of Federal Claims is considered a new protest and not a direct appeal of the Government Accountability Office’s protest decision. When considering a contractors’ decision to file a Bid Protest at COFC or GAO, there are times when a contractor’s risk of forfeiting revenues… Read more »

Construction Claims Resolution and Appeals in Federal Government Contracts

Government construction claims resolution and appeals in federal government contracts have become a nightmare for construction contractors that are filing disputes and appeals or initially submitting claims to the federal government. This is even true for settlement proposals in termination for convenience cases.  The COFC or Board of Contract Appeals dismisses… Read more »

Federal Appellate Lawyer

To be able to decide on whether or not to hire a federal appellate lawyer, you may want to first understand the basics of what is an appeal and what attorneys supposed to do. The first thing that must settle in your mind is that you simply should not file an… Read more »

Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals Process

Federal appeal lawyers help you to navigate through the complex procedural regulations in such a unique area of practices. If you are a party at the federal trial court and you receive and adverse decision, you could potentially have a choice to appeal the decision to a federal court of… Read more »

Court of Federal Claims Bid Protest (COFC) vs GAO Protests

The US Court of Federal Claims (COFC) has jurisdiction to hear a government contract bid protest due to the Administrative Dispute Resolution Act of 1966 (ADRA). As a matter of practice, the COFC does not lose its jurisdiction to hear your protest simply because another bidder files a separate protest… Read more »