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Government Contract Lawyer

Government Contract Lawyer - Rich Busch Mr. Richard F. Busch II, Esq.
Busch Law Firm, L.L.C.

Mr. Busch's practice involves all aspects of:

  • Government contract law;

  • General Counsel expertise;

  • Commercial contracts;

  • Conflict management systems design; and

  • ADR.

More specifically, his practice focuses on the formation and administration of contract relationships through a proactive approach. This approach involves addressing objectives of the relationship, requirements for successful performance and the resolution of disputes.

The Busch Law Firm strives to be considered an "asset" rather than "expense" for clients.

Summary of Experience

As a Government Contracts Lawyer, Mr. Busch, of the Busch Law Firm, strives to help small, medium and large government contractors achieve their goals of attaining and successfully administering government contracts. In addition, Mr. Busch is experienced in helping:

  • Veteran-Owned Small Businesses;

  • Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses;

  • HUBzone Small Businesses; and

  • Women-Owned Small Business.

Mr. Busch provides a unique level of counseling based upon his experience as a:

  • Senior government lawyer;

  • Member of small staff and General Counsel for the largest product area (multi-billion dollars) for a Fortune 50 defense contractor; and

  • Government procurement practice head of large law firms.

As such, Mr. Busch has senior level experience in the Government, In-House Counsel, large law firms, and now a Boutique law firm.

Government Contracts Lawyer

Government Contract Lawyers Mr. Busch has extensive experience in negotiating complex business issues involving high technology, major weapons systems contracts, and "normal" products/services used by the Government. More specifically, he has experience in:

Mr. Busch has developed, reviewed and negotiated multi-million dollar:

and other related government acquisition and commercial-based contract matters in conjunction with a number of government agencies and subcontractor/vendors.

Mr. Busch has worked with corporations, the DoD, and other government agencies in the highly structured areas of Classified Contracting. As a result, he has gained a wealth of unique experiences in dealing with laws pertaining to these agencies.

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Mr. Busch was a qualified neutral in mediation proceedings by the Minnesota Mediation Center for Dispute Resolution and The Dispute Resolution Institute at Hamline School of Law. Mr. Busch also received training in representation techniques at the Pepperdine University School of Law, Institute for Dispute Resolution and completed courses on ADR techniques and systems design from Harvard University Law School and CDR Associates.


Government Contract Lawyer Past Experience

  • United States Army Officer - Air Defense Artillery

    • Red Eye Missile Section Leader, and Vulcan Squad Leader

  • United States Army Officer - Judge Advocate General's Corps.

    • Chief Trial Attorney - US Army Western Command

    • Government Procurement Law Advisor to Director of Contracts National Security Agency (NSA)

  • Lockheed Martin Corporation (aka Martin Marietta Corporation) - Denver

    • General Counsel - Information, Communication Systems

    • General Counsel - Data Systems

    • General Counsel - Space Launch Systems

  • National Law Firms - Group Head - Government Procurement Law

  • Busch Law Firm, LLC - Principal


  • George Washington University Law School - Masters of Law (L.L.M.) Government Procurement Law

  • Hamline University School of Law - Juris Doctorate

  • Westminster College, Fulton, Missouri - Bachelor of Arts - Economic Theory

Practice Focus

Other Notable Practice Areas

  • Conflict of Interest

  • Revolving Door

  • Freedom of Information Requests

  • Ethics

  • Investigations

  • Women Owned Businesses

  • Classified Contracts


  • Aerospace

  • Construction

  • Electronics

  • Homeland Security

  • Information Technology

  • Major Systems

  • Satellites/Space

  • Security Services