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Widerman Malek, PL is seeking a licensed and experienced Government Contracts attorney to join their team in its Melbourne, Florida office. The ideal candidate will have an existing book of business as well as motivation to expand said book. Additionally, the ideal candidate will have 3-5 years of experience in government contracts and will focus on representing and counseling entities on government contracts and disputes, including bid protests, contract claims, investigations and disclosures, and litigation and appeals.

We offer competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefit package including medical, dental, 401k and more.

Widerman Malek, PL is a national law firm with a family and community-centered approach. Our strong bond with our community, our families, are the cornerstones of our practice.

Please provide resume with cover letter, references and salary expectations for consideration to and reference “Government Contracts Attorney Position” in the subject line.

Widerman Malek attorney Ed Kinberg received the Fellow of the Year award from the Cape Canaveral Chapter of the National Contract Management Association (NCMA). The Fellow designation recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to the field of contracting and to the NCMA. It is the second highest award given by the Association. Mr. Kinberg received the award due to his substantial involvement with the Chapter’s educational programs over the last year and his overall support. Mr. Kinberg is the lead attorney for Widerman Malek’s Government Contract Group.



Widerman Malek, PL has long served as general counsel and/or special counsel to numerous municipalities, special districts, public boards, and public agencies. Widerman Malek, PL counsels the North Brevard Hospital District and the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office regarding various issues. We represent the Brevard County Housing Authority and the Melbourne Housing Authority in intergovernmental relations, litigation, contractual issues, and many other issues. We represent the tax exempt governmental entity, Citizens Property Insurance Corporation, on a variety of issues. Our firm has represented the St. John’s Water Management District with regard to land use and environmental issues. We have also served as special counsel to the Brevard County Property Appraiser’s Office with regard to classification of real property issues and even had the privilege to represent NASA with regard to patent prosecution matters. Recently, the firm served as special counsel to the Brevard County School District and have represented the City of Palm Bay in trademark matters. We also served as counsel to the Barefoot Bay Recreation District for several years, and in that capacity, acted as the District attorneys for all matters. Widerman Malek, PL represents governmental entities in a wide variety of matters, including: ordinance drafting pursuant to the state comprehensive planning laws; negotiation and drafting of development agreements; complex development permitting, eminent domain and inverse condemnation activities; code enforcement prosecution and board counsel; growth management and land use; intergovernmental agreements; negotiation, litigation and administrative proceedings of environmental permitting and enforcement actions; real estate and equipment purchase, sales, and leases; intellectual property prosecution and litigation, submerged land leases and easements; and water law and consumptive water use. Our firm is highly involved in the political process at all levels of government and our team of attorneys knows how to work with federal, state and local governments to achieve excellence as well as value for taxpayers.

WM Attorneys Who Practice Government Law

Scott Widerman scott widerman
Ed Kinberg ed kinberg
Scott L. Knox Scott L. Knox
Widerman Malek, PL represents clients with government contract disputes and bid protests as well as clients with issues involving contract formation, interpreting terms and conditions, preparing and submitting claims and litigating complex disputes before Federal and State Courts, Boards of Contact Appeals and the Government Accountability Office (GAO). Our Government Contracts Law and Litigation practice area includes:
  • Terms and Conditions of Requests for Proposals or Invitation for Bids
  • Size and Status Protests
  • Bid Protests
  • Contract Terms and Conditions
  • Changes, Claims and Disputes
  • Changes, Claims and Disputes
  • Suspension and Debarment
  • False Claims/QuiTam Defense
  • Teaming and Joint Venture Agreements
  • SBA Size and Status Protests
  If you have questions or concerns about pursuing a government contract claim, or if your company has been rejected in the bid process, then please contact an experienced government contract attorney here.

WM Attorneys Who Practice Government Contracts