The Government
Contractor’s Law Firm

At Ward & Berry, we understand government contracts — we know the people, the processes, and the law of doing business with the Federal Government. We use our know-how, experience, and relationships to solve our clients’ tough problems.

 

Seasoned Litigators
& Trial Lawyers

Ward & Berry PLLC represents businesses and individuals in a wide variety of high-stakes disputes.

 
 

Lawyers for Expeditionary Service Providers

Expeditionary service providers are faced with many unique challenges. We have deep knowledge in this industry. We have experience dealing with the Government on sensitive matters. We have lawyers with the requisite clearances to obtain the program access required to assist and advise our clients.

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The Government Contractor’s Law Firm

Ward & Berry PLLC is a Washington, D.C. law firm committed to excellence and ingenuity in advising and advocating for clients in government contracts, civil litigation, investigations, and complicated problems faced by federal contractors of all sizes.

LITIGATION

LITIGATION

We are seasoned litigators and trial lawyers. We represent businesses and individuals in a wide variety of high-stakes disputes. Our attorneys regularly appear in state and federal courts throughout the Capital Region.

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INVESTIGATIONS

INVESTIGATIONS

We skillfully guide clients through government inquiries and investigations, including those initiated by Inspectors General of federal agencies, Congressional committees, Suspending and Debarring Officials.

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COMPLIANCE

COMPLIANCE

We provide periodic training to our clients on critical compliance topics, such as mandatory reporting requirements, code of conduct, responding to government investigations, and whistleblower protection.

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GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS

We represents a broad range of federal contractors, including providers of private security, logistics, intelligence, engineering services, information technology, and medical support.

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GENERAL COUNSEL

GENERAL COUNSEL

We understand our client’s current business operations, past history, and future goals when acting as outside general counsel, and we provide efficient, thoughtful, and innovative solutions.

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LABOR & EMPLOYMENT

LABOR & EMPLOYMENT

We represent employees and employers in a variety of labor and employment law matters, including the litigation of age, race, gender and pregnancy discrimination matters.

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INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

We represent businesses, inventors, and other technology innovators in various intellectual property disputes and licensing matters.

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BID
PROTESTS

BID
PROTESTS

We represent clients in the bid protest process before the Court of Federal Claims, the Government Accountability Office, and agency procurement officials.

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SMALL
BUSINESS

SMALL BUSINESS

We assist clients with structuring their businesses to obtain and maintain access to the SBA’s government contracting programs and appeals before Small Business Association.

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NEWS & PUBLICATIONS

Government ContractsLabor & EmploymentNews & PublicationsSmall Business
June 10, 2020

“Ready State” Reimbursement Checklist for Government Contractors

On March 27, 2020, the Department of Defense (“DoD”) issued a class deviation in response to Section 3610 of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”), which…
Government ContractsLabor & EmploymentNews & PublicationsSmall Business
May 20, 2020

Virginia Joins Maryland and Prohibits Covenants Not to Compete for Low-Wage Employees Effective July 1, 2020

Less than a year after Maryland limited competitive restraints employers may place on low-wage employees, Virginia passed a law prohibiting non-compete clauses for low-wage employees. On April 9, 2020, Virginia…
Government ContractsLabor & EmploymentLitigation
May 15, 2020

A Heads Up for Virginia Employers

Ward & Berry PLLC co-founder Daniel Ward discusses recent changes in Virginia prohibiting covenants not to compete with "low-wage employees," effective July 1, 2020. Virginia's definition of "low wage employee"…

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