Government Contracts Law There are numerous laws, policies and procedures that oversee government contracts.
To ensure the legality of contracts or settle disputes, it may be a wise choice to seek consultation from a skilled government attorney.
Like other entities, governmental bodies of federal, state and local governments have to procure goods, services and real estate property to provide for the various people within their constituencies. The process by which governmental bodies obtain these items calls for more than simply going to a retail outlet and purchasing whatever is needed, however. Therefore, government bodies must enter into contracts with various entities to procure their acquisitions legally.
Multiple laws, policies and procedures regulate the way in which government procurement is handled. To help local governments and municipalities navigate the acquisition process successfully and ensure all parties involved in government contracts legally perform their duties, the attorneys at Hayes, Berry, White & Vanzant, L.L.P. are here to provide sound legal counsel and representation for all matters pertaining to government contracts law.
A Deeper Look Inside Government Contracts Law
Government contracts law is a branch of law that regulates the manner in which federal, state and local governments attain goods, services and real estate property. The authority these government entities have to obtain these elements comes from the United States Constitution and is regulated by federal common law.
“Government contracts law is a branch of law that regulates the manner in which federal, state and local governments attain goods, services and real estate property.”
There are three attributes of government contracts that separate them from private sector contracts. First, government contracts often include necessary clauses that allow government bodies to have special contractual rights. Second, contracts involving government entities must take into account numerous regulations, policies and statutes that deal with socioeconomic factors like competition and the way in which taxpayer money is spent. Finally, any government contract cases that call for litigation must adhere to the Contract Disputes Act. Given all the policies and powers at hand, disputes are sometimes unavoidable. In times of contract disputes, it is prudent to seek reliable legal help from a skilled government attorney.
How Our Government Lawyers Can Help You
The attorneys who specialize in government contracts at Hayes, Berry, White & Vanzant have been providing city and county governments throughout North Texas with sound legal counsel and representation for various legal matters since 1985. Our firm is proficient in resolving disputes involving:
- Claims issues
- Breaches of contract
- Bid protests
- Product liabilities
- Performance disputes
- Fraud allegations
If your government body is currently facing a contract issue and is considering legal advice or representation, do not hesitate to contact our government contracts attorneys today.
Contact Our Lawyers for Assistance with Government Contracts
The attorneys at Hayes, Berry, White & Vanzant have dealt with many cases involving government contracts. We are highly skilled at employing creative legal strategies that ensure all matters are carried out in accordance to state and federal contract laws. If you need legal counsel or representation, call us at (940) 387-3518, or contact us here.
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