Information Sharing Agreement for Criminal Justice Council
Coordinated with a multi-agency Criminal Justice Coordinating Council to draft an information-sharing agreement. Regulatory limitations on sharing certain types of protected data were balanced with the agencies' need to facilitate a free flow of information in the interest of public health and safety.
Defeated Bid Protest of $320 Million Contract Award
Successfully defeated bid protest of a national intelligence agency contract award worth more than $320 million over 10 years. When an unsuccessful bidder brought a U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) protest against our client’s receipt of a valuable government contract, we rapidly delivered persuasive and detailed arguments and evidence to the SBA, defeating the protest completely.
Mitigation of FOCI Concerns for Facility Clearance Eligible Companies
Successfully mitigated Foreign Ownership, Control or Influence (FOCI) concerns for facility clearance eligible companies related to Sweden, Germany, Canada, Japan, Norway, Finland, India, Slovakia and the United Kingdom.
Representation for Client in Billing, False Claims Allegations
Represented a major defense contractor in an investigation by the U.S. Attorney’s Office and the Defense Criminal Investigative Service into allegations of improper billing and false claims. The matter was abandoned by the government after an extensive investigation. Presented significant, compelling evidence to demonstrate that the defense contractor had acted properly given the urgent need for the product by our warfighters.
Obtained Arbitration Judgment in Excess of $7 Million, Upheld by VA Supreme Court
Obtained arbitration judgment in excess of $7 million on behalf of IT services company, after the defendants wrongfully terminated a contract with our client and conspired with former employees of our client to divert a multimillion-dollar government contract. Successfully represented our client before the Virginia courts in proceedings to vacate the arbitrators’ award, which was ultimately upheld by the Virginia Supreme Court.