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Louisiana Lawyers For Government Contracting

Nicaud & Sunseri Law Firm, LLC, provides legal representation in the areas of government contracting law, alternative dispute resolution, and commercial contract law. We also provide general counsel services for small to mid-sized companies doing business or wishing to do business with a variety of departments and agencies of the United States Government. Our goal is to provide personalized service to our clients and help them leverage their resources to meet and exceed their business objectives in obtaining contractual work with state and federal governments.

With offices in Metairie and St. Tammany Parish, our attorneys advise and represent clients throughout southern Louisiana. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.

A Customized Strategy To Meet Your Goals

We prefer to develop and utilize creative approaches to doing business in order to prevent disputes. However, we recognize that issues sometimes arise, and we are fully committed to exploring innovative solutions to them. Should it become necessary, we are also prepared to litigate. With regard to business matters and government contracting, we have extensive experience in managing a variety of efforts in a cost-effective manner. In addition, our relationships with other firms allow us to draw upon the resources of many in order to find a solution to any given problem.

We provide highly specified advice and consulting services, and our team serves as general counsel to numerous companies working as prime contractors, subcontractors and vendors for the federal government. We assist clients with the following matters in connection with government contracting:

  • 8(A) Certification as a Disadvantaged Business with SBA
  • Incorporation, mergers and acquisitions
  • Certification as Service Disable, Veteran Own Small Business (SDVOSB)
  • Operating agreements/shareholder agreements
  • Partnerships/joint venture
  • Teaming agreements
  • HUB Zone Certification
  • Subcontractor agreements
  • Small business plans as prime contractor
  • Bid preparation and bid protest
  • Alternative dispute resolution
  • FDR regulation and application
  • Collection and lien
  • Non-Disclosure Agreement and Non-Solicitation Agreement
  • Technology transfer/licensing

Our clients consider our service in government contracting to be an “asset” rather than an expense. Given our depth of experience in government contracting, we are able to act as business consultants, as well as legal advisors.

Contact A Government Contracting Lawyer

To schedule a consultation to discuss your goals and concerns, call 985-218-0494 or 504-662-9596, or contact us online. We can help.