Government Procurement White Collar Defense

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Government contract issues and disputes that formerly were resolved in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and its predecessor tribunal — or through the administrative process at the Board of Contract Appeals — now are more likely to become criminal investigations and prosecutions for procurement fraud or other crimes.

When facing a criminal matter (or potential criminal matter), we can help you address issues and questions that arise, including: conducting internal investigations and employee interviews; responding to subpoenas from government investigators or grand juries; addressing document retention, non-destruction, and production challenges; assessing client exposure from individual employee involvement; negotiating the best possible settlement; and defending against criminal prosecution.