Mette, Evans & Woodside offers legal services to clients across all phases of the government procurement process, including review of bidding documents, preparation of clients' responses to competitive procurements, contract negotiations and bid protests.
The government contract process is much more regulated and complex than typical business agreements. The bid and award decision-making processes are by governed by unique laws and procedures. Our attorneys have a wide breadth of experience in helping clients navigate state and municipal contracting challenges.
We work closely with our clients to ensure that proposals submitted not only meet strict bid requirements, but also employ strategies aimed at strengthening their competitive position for award selection
Once a bid decision has been issued by the government agency, our attorneys are prepared to assist with any legal issues that may arise. We represent clients in bid protests to challenge flawed contract award decisions in addition to defending clients against disputes by disappointed bidders.
Government Contracts • Bid Process • Award Protest • Procurement Council • Set-Aside Decisions • Warranty & Acceptance Issues • Claims Litigation • Subcontractor Disputes • Submission Of Bids & Proposals • Remedies Before Or After Contract Award • Contract Interpretation