A full service law firm that serves corporations and veteran owned small businesses across the United States.
Whitcomb, Selinsky, McAuliffe PC helps all kinds of people interact with their federal, state, and local government. We know firsthand that dealing with the government can be frustrating and unnecessarily confusing.
Our law firm provides legal representation to claimants applying for disability benefits through Social Security (SSDI/SSI) and the Veterans Administrations (VA), and we also focus on government contracts. This focus enables us to offer help with bid-protests, SDVOSB status certification, FAR compliance, False Claims Act accusations, and more.
Wherever you are in the Government Procurement arena, from obtaining CVE certification, engaging in GAO or agency level bid protest, or faced with a performance issue, our attorneys can help. We also specialize in intellectual property matters, both in dealing with the USPTO directly and in protecting trademarks, copyrights, and patents from unauthorized use.
With offices in Denver, CO and Herndon, VA, we have all the skills and expertise you need to know how to best interact with your government. Call us today and let us know what we can do to help.
Helping service disabled veteran owned small businesses (sdvosb)
Gain certification and grow to support their families and the communities they serve.
Our law firm understands the complexities that make up the SDVOSB process. Joe Whitcomb, a former Army Ranger, started this CVE certified law firm in 2012, and has been helping veterans and small businesses ever since.
Veterans make up many of WSM Law’s clients and we are proud to serve servicemen and servicewomen of all kinds and backgrounds. Our firm can help you understand and chart a path to SDVOSB certification for your business, so you can bid for and win government contracts.
Wherever you are in the Government Procurement arena, from obtaining CVE certification, engaging in a GAO or agency level bid protest, or faced with a performance issue, WSM Law can help.
Set Up an Appointment with one of our Attorneys In the recent US Supreme Court case of Howell v. Howell,