I represent clients in every aspect of government contracting, including bid... more
I represent clients in every aspect of government contracting, including bid protests, claims and disputes, terminations, government audits and investigations, procurement fraud and False Claims Act matters, socio-economic (small business) issues, suspension/debarment and complaince issues.
My philosophy is simple: understand the client's goals to craft strategic, efficient,... more
My philosophy is simple: understand the client's goals to craft strategic, efficient, and effective solutions. My broad experiences with commercial litigation, employment law, and government contracting have placed at my disposal numerous tools that I can use to help clients achieve their goals. I am licensed to practice law in both Colorado and Texas and in all Federal courts in Texas a... view profile
David A. Rose, Esq., is the senior member of a law firm practicing throughout the... more
David A. Rose, Esq., is the senior member of a law firm practicing throughout the United States and internationally based in Valdosta (Greater Tallahassee). In addition to Federal Contracts and Procurement law, he assists companies and Corporations with business formation issues (LLCs, Domestic Corporations, Joint Ventures, Teaming Arrangements, 8a and Small Disadvantaged Applications to SBA, e... view profile
Government contract attorneys specialize in helping people or companies enter into business contracts with local and national governments. Because a government represents the public interest, it must follow certain procedural and disclosure rules to ensure that its contracts are awarded properly. Generally, government contracts have more restrictive terms than private contracts, and government contract attorneys can help you negotiate a successful contract.