VALDOSTA — “It’s not for the weak,” Attorney David Rose said of government contract law.
One of Rose’s recent cases has grown to more than 5,000 pages. He said he has read every page of the case.
Moreover, every page gets read by at least two people in his office, Rose said.
He said his diligence has led to a 72 percent success rate while the national success rate is 25 percent.
Rose’s diligence also allows him to be selective with cases, he said.
“They (clients) may have a completely valid reason (for protest), but is it actionable? So we save people a lot of money by not working with them,” Rose said.
By reading the entire case beforehand, Rose knows whether he has a good chance of winning.
He primarily works in protest cases on government contracts. A client files a protest case when another bidder wins a government contract and the client believes the case lost the bid on a technicality.
The firm, while still merged with Moser Rose Law Firm in Valdosta, has outgrown its office on Patterson Street this year.
Rose Consulting Law Firm has its own home on West North Street now.
The firm primarily handles federal government contracts.
Rose shares an office with Attorney Tripp Castleberry.
Castleberry handles numerous personal injury cases.