Integrity, Ingenuity and Intellect

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Combining integrity, ingenuity, and intellect, we strive to meet and exceed the results our clients desire, while constantly providing a first-class and friendly service that is expected and deserved.
With more than twenty years experience in both the legal and government relations arenas, we work with our clients in establishing and maintaining effective relationships that are built upon success, trust, and professionalism.

Office Location

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101 E. Kennedy Blvd
Suite 3220
Tampa, Florida 33602

Phone:
(813) 224-9000
Fax:
(813) 221-8811

Articles of Interest

SALEM LAW GROUP HAS THE EXPERIENCE TO HELP YOU NAVIGATE THE SDVOSB CERTIFICATION PROCESS THROUGH THE DEPARTMENT OF VETERAN AFFAIRS

VA's Anti-Fraud Efforts Squeeze Out Some Who Are Eligible

WASHINGTON, DC - September 3, 2013 -The Department of Veterans Affairs has tried so hard to weed fraud from the ranks of disabled-veteran-owned businesses that many legitimate firms have been turned away in the past 10 years, leaving hundreds of federal contracts - and more than $150 million - to go to non-veteran companies. The contracts, with earning potential valued at more than $1 billion when issued, were reclassified for non-veteran companies.

Full Story: VA FRAUD

Kickbacks to VA Official Aided Firm Claiming Disabled Veterans Preference

WASHINGTON, DC - September 20, 2013 - A Department of Veterans Affairs contracting officer accepted nearly $1.3 million in kickbacks to steer construction work to a company falsely claiming a bidding preference reserved for service-disabled veterans. The preference program for SDVOSBs is meant to give an edge in federal contracting to companies owned and operated by veterans with a service-connected disability.

Full Story: VA KICKBACKS

Bootcamp Provides Training, a Next Step for Injured Vets

TALLAHASSEE, FL - June 19, 2012 - Randy Blass, executive director at Florida State University's Center for Veteran Outreach, was quick to respond when a friend suggested a way to help disabled veterans.

The Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities would help veterans disabled after 9/11 manage their own businesses.

Full Story: VETERANS BOOTCAMP FOR BUSINESS