Appearing Pro Se Risks in Government Contracts Litigation

Can I Appear Pro Se in Government Contracts Litigation? Rather than hiring a government contracts attorney, some company owners attempt to file their own dispute against the federal government.  This is called appearing pro se – choosing to advocate on your own behalf than being represented by a lawyer.  Choosing to appear… Read more »

GSA Protests, GWACS FSS Contracts Protests

By: Leanna Ajour, Esq.  As a company that conducts business within the sphere of government contracts, you may have come across GWACs (Government-wide Acquisition Contracts). While you already know that government contracts can be a landmine of tricky regulations and complex rules compliance, what you don’t know about GWACs and… Read more »

Bid Protest- Should I Challenge or Not?

After being denied an award, Contractors across the country face the question of whether to file a bid protest challenging the Agency’s award with the Government Accountability Office (GAO).  While there are a variety of factors that go into this decision, one of the first concerns prevalent among Contractors, is… Read more »