To help you balance the competing demands of project stakeholders, regulatory officials, and community interests, the construction and government contracts attorneys of Woods Rogers offer sophisticated legal counsel and practical business solutions.

Areas of Focus

  • Construction

    The construction industry has nuances that require knowledgeable and practical legal insight on complex issues. By its nature, construction law overlaps with other legal practices ranging from business transactions to labor and employment. The Woods Rogers construction law team works collaboratively with our colleagues across the firm so all your legal needs are met in one place.

  • Government Contracts

    Procuring government contracts involves a maze of federal, state, and local statutory requirements and regulations that are often daunting in breadth and complexity.  Our Government Contracts attorneys often guide our clients through the entire course of procurement—from pre-solicitation notices, to solicitation, to contract or grant award, prosecution or defense of GAO and Court of Federal Claims protests, compliance, and audits/investigations. 

  • Municipalities & Public Infrastructure

    Woods Rogers routinely assists public entity clients with public procurement, real estate and financial transactions, employment issues, freedom of information and public meeting requirements, police and fire department, zoning, building code, eminent domain, ordinances, ethics, conflicts of interest and other compliance issues. 

  • Ship Repair & Construction

    Woods Rogers attorneys leverage more than 135 years of admiralty law experience to help shipyards and their subcontractors navigate their legal issues. We represent clients on every U.S. coast, including those at the nation’s largest and busiest ports.  


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