Effective Resolution of Suspension or Debarment Proceedings
Federal government contracts are often a source of lucrative projects for a business until a dispute arises. The government can be a formidable opponent when it initiates disbarment or suspension proceedings seeking to prevent your company from participating in future contracts, subcontracts, grants, or other programs. Depending on the nature of your government contract, a dispute could cause a serious threat to your company.
Our lawyers have successfully defended clients from suspension and debarment proceedings that posed a devastating risk to their companies. We can help you address and resolve the government’s allegations, and assist you in repairing your relationship with the government.
Trusted, Intelligent Negotiation And Litigation Methods for Federal Government Contractors
Our lawyers have substantial experience in litigation over federal contracting disputes involving SABER, JOC, MACC, MATOC, SATOC, and other types of federal contracts. We often represent both prime and subcontractors in lawsuits involving the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FARs), small businesses, 8(a) firms, graduated 8(a) firms, service disabled veteran owned businesses, Native American, or Alaskan Native corporations. Our experience is expansive, but often includes the following areas of dispute:
- Teaming Agreement Litigation
- Joint-Venture Agreement Litigation
- Mentor-protégé Litigation
- Affiliation/ Small Business Size Litigation
- SBA 8(a) Program Litigation
- Show Cause Proceedings
Contact Us To Help You Seek A Positive Outcome
At McNeill Von Maack, we can help you find an effective solution through negotiation and winning in the courtroom. We seek to tailor our comprehensive experience to meet your specific objectives so you can focus on operating a profitable business. Call us at 801-823-6464 or email us to schedule an appointment to speak with one of our experienced trial lawyers about your government contract concern. Our lawyers are licensed to practice in Utah, California, and Nevada.