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Hirschler is pleased to announce the expansion of its multispecialty practice capabilities with the addition of government contracts partner Ambika J. (Ambi) Biggs. Ambi provides guidance and counsel on a wide array of legal issues of particular importance to government contractor businesses, including:

  • Representing companies involved in bid protest matters -- whether in challenging an improper award of a contract to a competitor, or in defending a legitimate award against challenge.

  • Counseling businesses who participate or want to participate in the socioeconomic small business programs administered by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), such as the 8(a), Woman-Owned Small Business, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned and Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Zones programs, and representing companies involved in size and status protests.

  • Counseling clients on mandatory disclosure issues and representing companies involved in False Claims Act investigations.

  • Assisting in the preparation of requests for equitable adjustments and certified claims seeking additional money or time to perform on government contracts.  

  • Advising clients on government contracting regulations and compliance issues, including assisting businesses facing suspension or debarment.

  • Negotiating and structuring business and contractual arrangements, such as teaming agreements, subcontracts, joint ventures, and mentor-protégé agreements.

  • Handling and resolving disputes of all kinds, including between teaming partners, in both state and federal courts and in arbitration or other alternative dispute resolution proceedings.

  • Providing counsel on issues arising in M&A transactions involving the purchase and sale of government contracting businesses.

Prior to joining Hirschler, Ambi was an associate with PilieroMazza, and with the Washington, D.C. office of Baker Hostetler LLP. She earned her undergraduate degree from The College of William & Mary and her law degree from the University of Virginia.

Click to learn more about Ambi and how the Hirschler team can help you navigate the complexities of government contracting.

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Heather A. Scott

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