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Washington, District Of Columbia 20005
Greg Jacobs is a versatile lawyer who is focused on the client’s broader business objectives. He is mindful to look through the lens of the client as he crafts litigation and dispute resolution strategies, as well as assisting with transactions, counseling, and internal investigations.
Greg works with companies across all aspects of government contracts law. He has obtained successful outcomes in bid protests before the Government Accountability Office and Court of Federal Claims and Contract Disputes Act claims before both Boards of Contract Appeals. Greg also has extensive experience in guiding clients through voluntary disclosures.
Industries of focus include:
Defense and Aerospace
His experience also includes representing clients on bid protests, disputes, and compliance issues under state and local contracts.
In addition to his government contracts practice, Greg represents national and state trade associations, professional societies, and other tax-exempt organizations on a variety of not-for-profit law issues. He has expertise in exempt organization governance, antitrust, affinity relationships, hotel contracts, and political activities.
Greg’s practice crosses international borders to address international trade issues, including representing both investors and sellers before the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS). Greg has also assisted clients with matters relating to export controls and global anti-bribery compliance.
Greg serves as the General Counsel to Board of Directors of Whitman-Walker Health on a pro bono basis.
|Areas of Practice||1) Government Contracts, 2) Nonprofit Organizations, 3) International Trade and 4) International|
|Law School||George Washington University - Law School (J.D.,2004)|
|Education||University of Maryland (B.A., 2001)|
|Bar Member / Association||District of Columbia State Bar,Maryland State Bar Associations|
|Most recent firm||Polsinelli|
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