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Orlando Government Contracts Lawyer

Mateer Harbert, PA

Two Landmark Center, Suite 600
225 East Robinson Street
Orlando, FL 32801
United States

Consult With A Proven Orlando Government Contract Lawyer

The proven Orlando government contract lawyers at Mateer Harbert, PA are experienced in the effective resolution of government contract lawsuits as related to federal, state and local agencies in Florida. Orlando government contract attorneys are knowledgeable in all areas of general government contracts law, including but not limited to foreign military sales, public bidding and defense contract claims in Orlando, Florida. Clients will have the confidence of knowing that their case is being handled by an experienced and knowledgeable Orlando government contracts lawyer.

Experienced Orlando Government Contract Attorney

The legal focus of Florida government contracts concern all rules, statutes, cases, regulations and procedures in which any organization or company must adhere to when forming business relations with federal, state or local governments. The regulations pertaining to government contract law reflect essentially every aspect of the creation, performance and future termination of a contractual agreement with a government agency.

The Orlando government contract attorneys have experience representing clients in government contract matters involving:

  • Government Contracts
  • Government Contract Fraud
  • Local Government Contracts
  • Federal Contracts
  • Defense Contracts
  • Defense Contract Fraud
  • Foreign Military Sales
  • Public Contracts
  • Public Works Contracts
  • Government Construction Contracts

Many small businesses maintain and increase their operations through doing work for local, state, and federal government entities. While these businesses may also secure business through the offering of competitive bids on jobs offered by the private sector, small business owners should be aware of the differences in procuring work from the public and private sectors. The most fundamental difference between the procurement process in the public and private sectors concerns the process itself; whereas some private companies may have fairly streamlined processes for awarding contracts to outside bidders—or may not even bother with competitive bidding at all, if they are comfortable with a certain contractor—governments at the local, state, and federal level are all obligated to adhere to a significant body of law designed to ensure that 1) taxpayer money is spent wisely, 2) contracts are not awarded for less-than-legitimate reasons, and 3) all businesses are provided with a fair opportunity to make their case for the contract in question. Because government buyers are expected to spend taxpayer money wisely, their purchases are usually subject to significant oversight. Formal procurement rules are established to prevent both the reality and appearance of favoritism.

The Orlando government contracts lawyers are knowledgeable in understanding the details, facts, complications, and circumstances that arise in a government contracts case.

Trusted Orlando Government Contract Law Firm

The Orlando government contract attorneys at Mateer Harbert, PA are distinguished by a history of successful government contracts claim recoveries through settlements and verdicts. For experienced representation in a government contracts dispute or for assistance with processing a government contracts claim, contact the Orlando government contract lawyers at Mateer Harbert, PA in Florida.

Mateer Harbert, PA

Two Landmark Center, Suite 600
225 East Robinson Street
Orlando, FL 32801
United States

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Mateer Harbert, PA

Two Landmark Center, Suite 600
225 East Robinson Street
Orlando, FL 32801
United States

Law Firm Contact: Kurt E. Thalwitzer

Tel: 407.374.0861

Fax: 407.423.2016

Website: www.mateerharbert.com

Member Since: 2009

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