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Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks mid-level government contracts attorney with 3-5 years of experience. The candidate will serve a broad range of counseling, litigation and transactional work. Must have experience in handling federal government contracts and grants matters, including bid protests, disputes/claims, negotiating/drafting subcontracts, FAR/DFARS compliance, audits/investigations and government contracts IP issues. Should have experience with litigating government contracts matters before the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, Government Accountability Office, and Boards of Contract Appeals, and/or who have served as a law clerk to a Judge on a government contracts tribunal. Experience practicing government contracts law as a U.S. government lawyer is also desirable. Must be DC Bar member or eligible for prompt admission to the DC Bar.
The District of Columbia legal practice concentrates on government law matters. Practice areas are significant. Governmental affairs, federal procurement, global trade-investment, health-FDA business, litigation, government contracts, antitrust, insurance recovery-advisory, national defense, and homeland security. The law office staffs one-hundred and nine well-informed attorneys as well as governmental experts. They represent clients all around the world. Attorneys serve on varied non-profit boards and support a broad scope of community service and professional endeavors year long.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks government contracts attorney with 3-5 years of experience. The candidate will serve in reviewing subcontract agreements and FAR flow-downs. Will be counseling on contract performance issues (including CDA disputes process). Providing general government contract compliance counseling. Litigating bid protests and counseling on contract formation; and performing general research and writing in support of the department's full scope government contracts practice. Prior government contracts experience with a law firm is preferred. Must be admitted to a State Bar and/or eligible for the District of Columbia Bar.
When establishing its Washington, DC, office, this major powerhouse was careful to avoid creating an arm of the firm. Instead, the 100+ attorney strong office boasts many of the elements of a full service firm in and of itself. Attorneys at the firm love the nice pay and cordial relations with partners. In fact, one of the firm's major calling cards is its lack of a rigid hierarchy and the petty office politics that go with it.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks junior government contracts attorney with 2-5 years of experience. The candidate should preferably have experience with bid protests, claims, government contracts litigation, procurement, regulatory counseling, and investigations. Must be DC Bar member or eligible for prompt admission to the DC Bar.
With a focus on client satisfaction, this firm's District of Columbia office puts client expectations first. Their main practice areas include antitrust, competition, international, appellate, labor and employment, bankruptcy, restructuring, litigation, construction, infrastructure, privacy and data security, corporate, private wealth services, entertainment, technology, advertising, real estate, land use, environmental, finance, tax, government contracts, investigations, international trade, technology transactions, healthcare, tribal and Indian law, immigration, white-collar defense, corporate investigations, and intellectual property.
Government Contracts Attorney jobs in Washington, District Of Columbia
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