William Weisberg is a government contracts attorney with 30 years of experience. Bill received his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia (where he was an Echols Scholar) in 1983 and his law degree from the George Washington University in 1986. Bill practiced with large international law firms for over 25 years, the last 10 of which he led his firms’ Government Contract and Grant practice groups. Bill formed his own boutique government contract firm in 2013.
Bill represents both traditional defense contractors as well as primarily commercial companies selling either directly to a government customer or selling into a government supply chain. Bill’s clients are found in many industries, including manufacturing, professional services, IT, construction, and a variety of high (and not so high) tech.
Bill regularly represents clients in a wide range of government contract matters, including:
- Bid protests at the GAO, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, as well as Agency-level protests
- Contract disputes at both the Boards of Contract Appeals and the Court of Federal Claims
- Government contract-related labor and employment issues, including the Service Contract Labor Standards, Davis Bacon Act, and EEO and affirmative action matters
- Prime-sub issues, including teaming agreements, subcontracts, and disputes
- Government contract-related intellectual property matters, including data rights and software issues and patent questions
- Compliance and ethics issues, including suspension and debarment and both government and internal investigations
- Contract administration questions, including change orders, equitable adjustments, and terminations
- Cost accounting issues, including CAS, FAR part 31 cost principle matters, and OMB circular questions
- GSA MAS contracts and other GWAC vehicles
- Trade Agreement Act, Buy America Act, and specialty metals issues
- Counseling on the full range of procurement laws and regulations
Bill is a regular presenter with the National Contract Management Association monthly national webinar program, as well as providing training to a wide range of contractors.