The Firm


Cohen Mohr is internationally known for its practice in the areas of federal, state, and local procurement, administrative and contract law. Over the thirty years since the firm was established, Cohen Mohr has represented a wide range of companies marketing to various government entities. These comprise the entire spectrum of businesses, both national and international, from Fortune 500 companies to small sole proprietorships, from software developers and ADP equipment manufacturers to construction companies and consultants.


A small team of lawyers can be extremely effective and efficient in litigation. We’ve successfully represented clients in intense litigation, with billions of dollars at stake, against much larger firms.

Cohen Mohr has assisted clients in virtually all aspects of the federal, state, and local procurement process, including:

  • Bids and proposals
  • Interpreting contract requirements
  • Protesting contract awards
  • Pursuing claims under on-going contracts
  • Defending against defective pricing claims
  • Suspension and debarment actions
  • Related criminal charges

We also have extensive experience representing small businesses involved in Federal procurement programs, including the 8(a) Business Development Program, the Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Program, the Historically Underutilized Business Zone Program, and SBA’s new All Small Mentor/Protégé Program.   Our clients also include large businesses ready to collaborate, develop joint ventures and subcontract with small businesses on Federal government procurements.

In addition to our government contract practice, Cohen Mohr maintains an active commercial litigation practice. Other practice areas include construction contracts, employment law, franchise law, and national security practice relating primarily to classified contract and security clearance issues.

Cohen Mohr was established as Cohen & White in 1979. The name was changed to Cohen Mohr in 1998.