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I help U.S. government contractors win contracts that they have been unfairly denied and deal with their troubled contracts.
Based on my experience in government and corporate positions as well as private practice, I focus on federal contracting issues, U. S. Government regulation of international business, as well as a wide range of transactional and litigation matters.
For a short primer on federal bid protests, contact me by email.
Hourly ($400-650/hour), Fixed (sometimes), Retainer (always), Free consultation (30 minutes)
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|Adjunct Assistant Professor||Univeristy of Maryland University College||2009 - Present|
|Principal||Law Office of Jon W. van Horne, Esq.||2004 - Present|
|Shareholder||Greenberg Traurig||1996 - 2004|
|Partner||McDermott Will & Emery||1987 - 1996|
|Counsel||General Electric Company||1978 - 1987|
|NAVAIR Associate Counsel||U.S. Department of the Navy||1972 - 1978|
|Cyberlux Corporation||Protest denied|
|Savantage Financial Services, Inc. v. United States||Bid Protest Sustained|
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|Harvard University Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1971|
|J. F. Kennedy School of Government||N/A||M.P.A.||1971|
|"Big Four" Pharmaceutical Pricing Boot Camp||Strategies for Securing National Contracts and Blanket Purchase Agreements||2008|