Prime and Subcontractor Litigation and Disputes
Centre attorneys assist clients in assessing and resolving disputes arising under Federal Government Contracts and Subcontracts. Because a subcontractor lacks a direct relationship with the government, the laws and regulations applicable to subcontracts are much less than those applicable to a prime contractor. Prime contractors, however, often attempt to “flow-down” virtually all of the terms of their prime contract. Subcontractors should carefully review proposed subcontracts and attempt to limit flow-down terms to those required by law or otherwise needed to address the government’s right to modify the prime contract.
Centre’s Litigation Attorneys have over 30 years of expertise in successful litigation for prime and subcontractor disputes.
Our attorneys have over 30 years of experience in Prime and Subcontractor Litigation and Disputes and are ready to assist you today.
Our Prime and Subcontractor Litigation and Disputes Experts
Barbara Kinosky is the Managing Partner of Centre Law and Consulting and has more than twenty-five years of experience in all aspects of federal government contracting. Barbara is a nationally known expert on GSA and VA Schedules and the Service Contract Act, and she has served as an expert witness for federal government contracting cases. She has a proven track record of solving complex issues for clients by providing strategic and business savvy advice. Barbara was named a top attorney for federal contracting by Smart CEO magazine in 2010, 2012 and 2015. Prior to establishing Centre, Barbara was the head of a government contracts practice group at a major law firm. She started Centre in 2002 to provide integrated legal, GSA consulting and training services.
Alan is a partner in the Washington, D.C. area law firm Centre Law Group where he specializes in federal government contracts law and its policies and practices, including counseling companies on a wide range of matters ranging from contract formation and performance through disputes and claims. Prior to private practice, Alan was for 19 years the executive vice president and counsel of the Professional Services Council (PSC), the principal national trade association of the government technology and professional services industry, where he was responsible for the association’s legislative and regulatory policy activity.