What is a Contract? Legal Binding Contract Terms and Definition

What is a contract? It is an agreement between two or more persons or entities which creates a legal obligation to do, or not do, a particular thing. In addition to having legally binding contract terms, a legally enforceable contract must have (i) a subject / offer, (ii) consideration, and (iii) two or more… Read more »

Government Contractor Defense Lawyers

Government contractor defenses are commonplace during the performance of your contract. When the government makes an adverse decision against you, the next thing that a defense lawyer should do is to assess the facts, see if you have any legal defenses to the allegations, then attempt to negotiate the issues before the… Read more »

Breach of Contract Damages in Government Claims

If you are a government contractor, learning how to assess breach of contract damages in government claims is critical to recovering all damages that your company deserves. For example, you can bring suit for breach of contract under the Contract Disputes Act in the Court of Federal Claims (COFC.) You… Read more »

Contract Termination Claim Appeal

When a government contracting agency cancels a contract, you should not directly appeal the Board of Contract Appeals. You must first submit a claim under the Contract Disputes Act (CDA) and then request a final agency decision by the Contracting Officer. Only then does an appeal court have subject matter jurisdiction to… Read more »