Charleston, WV Government Contracts Attorneys

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  • Michael M. Fisher
  • Member at Jackson Kelly PLLC
  • Charleston, WV U.S.A.
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  • James R. Snyder
  • Of Counsel at Jackson Kelly PLLC
  • Charleston, WV U.S.A.
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Government Contracts in Charleston, WV

Does your small business sell products or services to local, state or federal government agencies? A government contracts attorney can guide you throughout the procurement and contracting process, from negotiating and reviewing contracts to working to find creative solutions when disputes arise, from advising your company during pre-award and post-award audits to advocating on your behalf during bid protests. A law firm or lawyer with government contracting experience can also help ensure your company's ongoing compliance with the contract, while also aggressively defending your business in the event of False Claims Act actions, and fraud or corruption allegations.