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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Best Lawyers in America||Best Lawyers in America||2015|
|Best Lawyers in America||Best Lawyers in America||2014|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2012|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2011|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2010|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2007|
|Partner||Ball Janik LLP||2009 - 2013|
|Owner||Garvey Schubert Barer||2006 - 2008|
|Partner||Preston Gates Ellis, Now Kirkpatrick Lockhart Preston Gates Ellis, LLP Or "K&L Gates"||2003 - 2006|
|Partner||Stanislaw Ashbaugh, LLP||2000 - 2002|
|Associate||Perkins Coie||1997 - 2000|
|Judge Advocate||United States Air Force||1988 - 1997|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|National Contract Management Association||Member||2014 - Present|
|Washington State Bar Association||Member||1988 - Present|
|American Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Appeal of Avant Assessment, ASBCA No. 58897||Summary judgment granted, converting termination for cause to termination for convenience|
|Alutiiq Int'l Solutions, LLC v. US (11-569)(COFC)||Settled with payment to client.|
|A&T Systems, Inc. v. United States (12-179C) (COFC)||Settled with Payment to Client|
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|Briefing Papers, No. 06-11||Beyond Keco II: An Analytic Tool for Abuse of Discretion Claims||2006|
|Briefing Papers, No. 06-4||Interest In & On Claims,||2006|
|Construction Briefings, No. 2006-07||Rethinking Abuse of Discretion Claims||2006|
|Briefing Papers, No. 03-13||Recognizing & Challenging Out-of-Scope Changes||2003|
|Construction Briefings, No. 2001-12||Using Industry Studies to Quantify Lost Productivity||2001|
|Construction Briefings, No. 2000-6||A Dispute Resolution Strategy for Federal Construction Projects||2000|
|Briefing Papers No. 98-7||Selected Procedural Issues at the Boards of Contract Appeals||1998|
|Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1988|
|United States Air Force Academy||Engineering||BS - Bachelor of Science||1983|
|Intellectual Property: Developments and New Challenges in the Digital Era||Protecting Intellectual Property in Government Contracts||2011|
|Government Contract Law||Advanced Topics in Government Contract Law||2006|
Posted by anonymous
I am General Counsel and SVP Legal for a government contractor with annual revenue of over $500M and multiple divisions across multiple lines of business. Mark Jackson has provided quality legal services to us for almost ten years. Mark and the entire Jackson Rosenfield team are smart, timely, efficient and most importantly, business oriented. If I need a nightmare problem resolved, my first call is to Mark. I highly recommend him for any government contract issue whether transactional or litigation.
Posted by anonymous
I came to contact Mr. Jackson after I had previously paid a local firm who basically bailed on me in fear of the government that I was up against, after I paid their retainer. Then, having no resolution, and nothing more than wasted time (a couple of years), and I myself doing more work than the firm, I reached out to business associates who put me in touch with the firm of Mark Jackson. My case was one that many attorneys would turn from because it was a small, woman owned business against the federal government, but not once did Mr. Jackson suggest that I back down, or that we didn't have a chance. He pursued, researched, and stayed the course, and I can honestly say that through it all, Mark Jackson had my best interest at heart, and he believed in what I was fighting for. In the end, in regards to my case, Mr. Jackson was able to negotiate a fair settlement, without my having to go to trial, and the settlement that was agreed upon was more than I could have proven had we gone to trial. My only regret with Mark Jackson is that he is not local to handle all of my business as well as personal legal matters. As a business owner of a 40 plus year old business, I would recommend Mark to anyone in need of legal assistance. I found him to be highly competent, professional, knowledgeable, reliable, and above all, trustworthy as he handled our case with complete integrity.
Posted by anonymous
I highly recommend Mark Jackson to anyone seeking the finest legal counsel for federal construction contracts. I had the good fortune of meeting Mark Jackson through another government contractor in 2002, and Mark has represented my construction company since then. Mark was successful in dealing with the SBA and the Air Force for the award of a significant 8(a) Joint Venture contract which we may have otherwise lost. Mark successfully represented us in a bid protest in which we were the successful awardee on a large government contract. Mark successfully and quickly resolved a federal complaint, which was dropped without the need for a hearing. Mark's knowledge of federal contracting is extensive and invaluable, but he's not only incredibly smart, he is also very attentive, responsive and expedient . I recently needed a novation agreement for a government contract and Mark knew exactly what I needed and I had the agreement within hours. He is, in my book, the best of the best and I am very fortunate he is my attorney, and pleased to provide this review.
I am a law school classmate and friend of Mark Jackson. I have known Mark for nearly 29 years. We both attended law school on scholarships through our respective military services. As a student, a fellow military officer, a friend and as a lawyer, Mark has shown he is a man of the highest character and accomplishment. You can count on Mark Jackson. He's a winner who produces the very best results consistently. He is THE lawyer to call in my book for any government contracts/litigation issue. Bottom-line: If you're in a legal battle where failure is not an option, Mark Jackson is the man your want representing you. As a U.S. Marine officer, I would pick Mark Jackson as the ONLY Air Force officer (vs. a U.S. Marine) to be in combat with me -- that's how much I trust Mark Jackson to produce the best results when it matters most...and so should anyone reading this endorsement.