John H. Guin represents owners, design professionals, contractors, subcontractors,... more
John H. Guin represents owners, design professionals, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers,sureties and lendersin all aspects of construction-related matters. Mr. Guin has experience in state and federal courts in Washington, Montana, and Idaho, representing clients in jury trials, bench trials, boards of contract appeals, administrative hearings, and private arbitration and mediation. Mr. Gu... view profile
Larry Vancespecializes in construction law with emphasis on both public and private... more
Larry Vancespecializes in construction law with emphasis on both public and private construction contracts, insurance and surety law, and dispute resolution. He has appeared in matters before the U.S. Court of Claims and various Boards of Contract Appeal.
I joined Witherspoon Kelley in 2010 after more than four years as an attorney in the... more
I joined Witherspoon Kelley in 2010 after more than four years as an attorney in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate Generals Corps (JAG). From 2006 to 2010, I served in the Chief Counsels Military Honors Program for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Washington, DC, where I specialized in government contracts, domestic and overseas construction projects, and legislation. Mycurrent practice fo... 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.