Helping Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB) Get Certified and Grow
Joe Whitcomb knows exactly what it feels like to start a business with little more than an idea and and some really good staffers. He started his SDVOSB CVE certified law firm in April 2012 and knows what it feels like to squeeze every dime to make ends meet. Joe has also known his share of successes and is careful to maximize the legal processes. He is also passionate about leveraging his legal and business experience to benefit his Veteran business owner clients in their quest to get CVE certified, win government contracts, and grow their business. Working towards his clients’ success goes beyond Joe’s desire to keep them happy, it’s actually woven into his own business plan. He believes that the best way to grow his law firm is to help his clients grow their businesses while remaining compliant with Federal, State, and local regulations. For this reason, WSM Law, PC stays up-to-date on federal and state regulations as well as government procurement trends. We have clients located all over the United States doing business with a variety of federal agencies as well as State and local governments and big primes. 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.
Helping Companies in Their International Business Transactions
Helping businesses grow and while remaining compliant with federal, state, and local regulations is especially important when a company is engage in international business transactions. Joe Whitcomb got to witness international commerce in his travels as a U.S. service member and he developed his interest further when he completed his masters degree in International Relations. His focus on International Political Economics helped form his perspective on the value of international trade. He finished his LLM in International Business Transactions in 2016. Joe believes that increased trade leads to improved relations, which is good for everyone involved. That said, when you take your company into the uncharted waters of international trade, you may not know what pitfalls to avoid. Legal and security questions will invariably arise and the attorneys at WSM Law are here to help. So, when you decide to grow your business beyond the borders of the United States, give us a call so we can help you succeed, minimize your legal risks, and maximize your opportunities.