Brown Rudnick LLP
Shlomo D. Katz
601 Thirteenth St., N.W. #600
Every proposal team should include a lawyer
The proposal process in the government arena is highly regulated and is fraught with pitfalls for those uninformed about the applicable legal issues. Bid and proposal dollars are regularly thrown away by offerors who don’t understand the rules by which award decisions are made, and hard-earned profits are lost by contractors who win competitions based on their outstanding proposals, but who fail to foresee the legal and contractual implications of what they proposed.
Brown Rudnick’s government procurement attorneys have more the 100 years of combined experience helping contractors and would-be contractors interpret solicitations, draft teaming agreements and non-disclosure agreements, mitigate organizational conflicts of interest, protect intellectual property rights, rebut adverse past performance reviews, and bring and defend against bid protests and contract claims. Our goal is to help our clients win contracts, make money, and stay out of trouble. If those are your goals too, contact us to learn how we can contribute to your proposal team.