McCarter & English represents private parties and governmental awarding authorities in bid protests and related litigation. One of our construction attorneys is a former Massachusetts assistant attorney general who was responsible for enforcing construction and design bidding laws. For federal project protests, we turn to our Government Contracts Group attorneys for their in-depth knowledge of federal procurement law and experience with handling bid protests before federal agencies, the U.S. Government Accountability Office and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. In short, our attorneys are familiar with state and federal bidding policies and procedures and the highly technical requirements of government contract law. We are frequently relied on to analyze complex issues under the emergent time pressure of bid opening and award. Should administrative or in-court litigation result, we represent parties in all legal forums, often in short-notice hearings involving injunctive relief.