Parks, Chesin & Walbert attorneys have years of experience representing contractors, vendors, and other parties in all phases of government contracting. Our attorneys advise clients on how to best structure vendor business entities to comply with government set aside programs and other contract requirements.
Our state and local bid protest practice is as deep and broad as any in the State of Georgia, and agency decision-makers, hearing officers, opposing counsel, and judges recognize and appreciate our expertise. We have been engaged by vendors to protest billion dollar State of Georgia and City of Atlanta procurements. Our representation has frequently allowed our clients to emerge with lucrative contracts and, in some cases where contracts were not awarded, we have recovered substantial damage and lost profit awards. In some instances, we have helped our clients save their businesses during their darkest hours by successfully steering them through suspension, debarment and termination-for-cause proceedings.
We win through a combination of tenacity and a thorough understanding of our clients’ businesses and the often arcane rules that come into play in government contracting decisions. See our Vendor’s Guide to Georgia Procurement Law for more detailed information.