FH+H Helps Government Contractor Prevail in Unilateral Contract Modification and Payment Dispute

FH+H attorney Craig Guthery recently represented a government prime contractor in a dispute arising out of an attempt by the U.S. government to unilaterally modify and add new deliverables to a firm-fixed-price government contract.

Among other issues, the unilateral modification appeared to be an attempt to undermine the contractor’s intellectual property rights. The government had classified its action as an “administrative modification” and imposed a 10% withholding on all payments pending performance. Drawing on his considerable experience with such disputes, Guthery convinced the government to cancel the modification and refund all withheld amounts.

FH+H Government Contracts team guides middle-market government contractors through the maze of applicable rules and regulations to enable corporate success, now and in the future.

 

NOTE: CASE RESULTS DEPEND ON A VARIETY OF UNIQUE FACTORS AND DO NOT GUARANTEE OR PREDICT SIMILAR RESULTS FOR FUTURE CASES.

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