One of the things I find fascinating about my job is the public policy component of everything I do. My clients have contracts with government agencies that are all trying to advance a public policy goal. One day I might be working on a matter involving a reconnaissance satellite and the next on a case involving a Medicare program. I'm dealing with the contracts that make public policy goals achievable.
Partner — Government Contracts, Export Controls & Economic Sanctions, and National Security Reviews (CFIUS)
Government contractors and global businesses operate in a complicated landscape. Our team has a rare depth of experience because we've spent years helping a diverse client base with contract disputes, challenges navigating export controls and economic sanctions issues, and matters implicating U.S. national security. We thrive on helping our clients succeed in a challenging environment.
My practice tends to be different every day, from litigating bid protests and contract disputes, to advising on compliance and contract interpretation issues, to assisting with corporate transactions. And because of the range of businesses in which my clients are engaged, it’s a continual learning experience. That’s incredibly energizing.