Hughes Law PLC

Hughes Law PLC helps clients solve legal problems and navigate the increasingly complex world of federal procurement. With 37 years of government contracting experience, its founder, Ty Hughes, has seen complex issues from both the government and the contractor perspective. This experience helps him understand the views of both sides and develop strategies to get favorable results for his clients. He helps his clients resolve legal issues and disputes with the government in a way that does not damage their long-term business relationship.

Hughes Law PLC has a track record of effectively resolving contract disputes and litigation before the boards of contract appeals. The use of cloud based technology and litigation support software have leveled the playing field and enabled Hughes Law PLC to litigate efficiently and reduce client costs. 

Being a solo practitioner has distinct advantages for clients. Ty Hughes develops a strong working relationship with each of his clients. Clients deal directly with him, not intermediaries. He limits the number of clients he represents so that he can give each client the full attention that their matters require. When additional legal resources are needed, he can take advantage of the legal network he has built over the years to team with a well qualified law firm or lawyer (with the client’s consent). 

 

Legal Services

Hughes Law PLC focuses on civilian agency and defense procurement.  As a solo practice that leverages technology, Hughes Law provides affordable legal services to start-ups as well as established government contractors. Hughes Law PLC offers the same high-quality legal services as large law firms but with greater efficiency and lower cost.

Legal services include:

  • Serving as an expert witness  
  • Contract appeals at the ASBCA or CBCA 
  • Filing or intervening in GAO bid protests
  • Preparing claims and requests for equitable adjustment
  • Advising on DoD contingency contracting issues 
  • Drafting teaming agreements and subcontracts
  • Resolving subcontract disputes
  • Suspension or debarment actions
  • Conducting internal investigations