Main Practice Contacts

Paul W. Searles
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Recent Publications

Recent Case Highlights Practical Considerations for Creating an Enforceable Teaming Agreement

Government contractors often use teaming agreements to combine the services of two or more contractors to offer the most persuasive bid for a government contract. The prime contractor typically agrees with the other team members that if the prime wins the bid, it will allocate some of the contractual work to the other member(s). >>




Government Contracts

Haynes and Boone’s Government Contracts Practice Group handles counseling and litigation matters arising out of the procurement processes of federal, state, and local government agencies. The attorneys in the group serve clients of all sizes doing business with the government, from small start-up companies requiring assistance with government contracting fundamentals to sophisticated government contractors requiring counseling or legal representation on specific contract issues and disputes.

Our approach to helping clients resolve their government contract matters is result oriented, stressing practical solutions, and is based upon a thorough understanding of the complex business and legal considerations that confront our clients. As part of a large, multi-faceted business law firm, the Government Contracts Practice Group has the ability to draw upon the experience and resources in other practice areas of the firm, such as technology and intellectual property, specialized litigation and government investigations, labor and employment, and environmental.

Helping Our Clients Succeed
Haynes and Boone has the contacts and experience at every level of government, and the knowledge of how public processes work, to help our clients succeed. We have a reputation for innovation combined with the practical ability to get things done.

The attorneys in our Government Contracts Practice Group provide comprehensive counseling services and legal representation to clients doing business in the government procurement arena, both at the prime contract and subcontract levels. For more detailed information, see Government Contracts Counseling and Government Contracts Disputes.