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We routinely counsel private businesses on all issues relating to government construction contracting. Our clients include a wide range of companies, from those that primarily serve the government, to those looking to expand their business into government projects.

At Goldberg Segalla, we recognize that competing for government contracts, winning them and resolving disputes that arise from them all present unique legal and business challenges. Our attorneys advise clients on how to avoid litigation and identify potential risks when entering into government contracts. When necessary, however, our experienced trial attorneys are prepared to pursue bid protests or represent clients in litigation in front of state and federal courts and agencies – including the Court of Federal Claims, the Board of Contract Appeals and the Government Accountability Office.

We advise clients on a variety of issues arising from government contracts and business disputes, including:

  • Claims
  • Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs)
  • Contract certifications
  • False Claims Act
  • Government competition requirements
  • Overcharges and pricing issues
  • Pre- and post-award bid protests
  • Request for proposals (RFPs)
  • Service Contract Act (SCA) compliance
  • State procurement laws
  • Suspension or disbarment

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Bunkers in Baghdad Reaches Newest Milestone, Sends 400,000th Golf Club to Soldiers Overseas
, September 28, 2015
Named a Top-Rated Nonprofit for the last three years by GreatNonprofits, Bunkers in Baghdad has reached a new milestone: sending its 400,00th golf club to soldiers overseas. Founder Joseph M. Hanna announced the news on the heels of receiving a grant from the NFL’s Buffalo Bills. In just the...

NY Dept. of Financial Services Requests Detailed Cyber Security Reports From Insurers
John J. Jablonski,Sandra M. McDermott,Frederick J. Pomerantz, April 14, 2015
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New York Amends Controversial Provisions of Replacement Regulation
Sandra M. McDermott, April 14, 2015
After almost two decades, the New York Department of Financial Services (DFS) has approved amendments to New York Insurance Regulation 60, which will now permit insurance agents to immediately bind coverage where an existing life insurance policy or annuity contract is being replaced. The Third...

Locality Challenges US Army Corps of Engineers' Permit Process
Andrew J. Scholz, March 16, 2015
According to reports, another lawsuit has been filed in Louisiana by a locality seeking to stop fracking within its boarders. This time, the United States Corps of Engineers has been sued in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana for its permit approval of hydraulic...