Expert Witness Litigation Support Services

crM3 Federal Contract Practice Group, LLC ("M3" or "M3 Federal") exclusive dealings with the United States Federal Government and specific military and civilian agencies, has given M3 the opportunity to offer it's Subject Matter Experts (SME) to act as your expert witness or litigation support advocate.

While most expert witness locator firms are not experts in any one field, but are mere search agencies, their work product and reputation is based upon an educated guess as to the quality of the person selected. On the other hand law firms that rely on these firms take a substantial risk as to the knowledge, background, and capability of the expert witness. This creates an inherent risk within this industry that needs to be mitigated and controlled to secure pivotal case litigious facts of an expert opinion that may dictate the outcome of a legal case or arbitration hearing.

M3 Federal has negated this risk by being a "pure" expert that focuses on one of the largest economic influences by providing federal procurement knowledge and experience, not from outsourcing, but from internal personnel that can support your expert witness needs or litigation support services when dealing with any issue directly or indirectly with the U.S. Federal Government.

This approach of providing an expert witness ensures that any advise, counseling, or expert opinion is backed by a well established firm, not a disinterested third party, which has no direct knowledge or interest in the field of federal procurement.

This direct involvement with M3 Federal not only provides some of the best experts in the business but it also reduces costs by negating an additional layer of fees that is commonly added by expert witness locator firms. The bottom line is that M3 Federal will provide top internal experts at a cost that is beneficial to your client/customer and ultimately your firm.

The areas of specialization include but are not limited to:

  • Contract administration
  • Appropriations law
  • Contract disputes in scope/out of scope
  • Unauthorized acts of federal personnel
  • Risk mitigation
  • Entitlement issues
  • Contract changes
  • Claim quantification
  • Differing site conditions
  • Business development issues
  • Performance delays
  • Fraudulent actions
  • Contract monetary adjustments
  • Dispute resolution
  • Inspection and acceptance of contract items
  • Obligation to pay prime and subcontractors
  • Termination for default
  • Subcontract claims
  • Termination for convenience
  • U.C.C.
  • Claim justification
  • Prime contractor claims
  • Contract interpretation
  • Administration
  • Acquisition planning
  • Contract selection criteria
  • Proposal regulations
  • Bid protest
  • Economic program
  • Appeals
  • Competition requirements
  • FAR Part 52
  • Data rights
  • Contract disputes
  • Bonding
  • Federal Acquisition Regulation
  • Contract cost principles


Application, partial listing:

  • United States Coast Guard
  • United States Marines
  • United States Army
  • United States Air Force
  • Department of State
  • U.S. Corp of Engineers
  • Department of Transportation
  • Department of Agriculture
  • Department of Defense
  • Aerospace industry
  • Simulation industry
  • Construction industry
  • Manufacturing industry
  • Machining industry
  • Textile industry
  • Chemical industry
  • Energy industry
  • Service industries
  • Department of Justice
  • Legal industry
  • Audits
  • Nuclear generation
  • Produce industry
  • Logistics
  • Geothermal industry
  • Facilities management
  • Security systems
  • IT systems
  • Electronic industry
  • Defense Contract Audit Agency


Please contact us for more information, call 607-754-8100, or ask our expert online.