Washington, District Of Columbia 20005
H. Boyd Greene
is a partner in the Washington, D.C. office concentrating in government contracts, grants and cooperative agreements with defense and civilian agencies. He also has extensive experience in federal health care contracting programs, including Medicare, Medicaid and TRICARE. Boyd holds a Top Secret security clearance and more than ten years' experience in issues arising under classified contracts.
Boyd counsels clients in the defense of civil False Claims Act matters, including qui tam whistleblower lawsuits. He has advised clients on significant False Claims Act matters involving government cost accounting standards, most-favored customer pricing, Medicare as a secondary payer, Medicaid as a payer of last resort, the Medicare Anti-Kickback Statute, and government claims based on express and implied certifications. Boyd coordinates internal investigations, responses to Inspectors' General subpoenas and provides comprehensive counsel to clients on collateral issues, such as compliance with the FAR's mandatory disclosure rule, suspension and debarment matters, and exclusion from federal programs.
Boyd's bid protest experience includes serving as counsel for protestor and for intervenor in bid protests involving multibillion dollar DoD program contracts. He also recently served as bid protest counsel in two bid protest matters for significant classified contracts for intelligence agency customers. Boyd has also represented clients in matters involving audit, cost accounting and claims before administrative agency appeals boards.
Boyd also counsels and advises clients in all aspects of compliance, contract interpretation and legal strategy across the aerospace, defense, intelligence, technology and health care sectors. Boyd regularly advises clients on compliance with GSA's Price Reduction clause, as well as pricing issues relating to bio-science clients doing business under federal health care programs. Boyd also advises clients on strategic issues related to the development of intellectual property, including inventions and data rights under government contracts, grants, cooperative agreements and other federally funded agreements. He also assists clients with the development and enforcement of subcontracts and teaming agreements, including litigation in state and federal courts.
Boyd's experience also includes advising clients on U.S. trade rules and domestic sourcing requirements that apply to government contracts, grants and other federally funded agreements. His experience in this area includes matters focusing on the Buy American Act, the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act of 2009 (ARRA), the Trade Agreements Act (TAA) and the Berry Amendment. Boyd also has recent experience responding to subpoenas from the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control regarding possible violations of U.S. trade embargoes.
Boyd's practice also focuses on national security issues for government contracts. He has represented several clients before the Defense Security Service on matters involving facility security clearances. In addition, he advises clients on compliance with the International Traffic of Arms Regulations.
Boyd has substantial experience conducting government contracts due diligence reviews and has participated in more than 100 corporate transactions since joining the firm. In addition, Boyd provides structural guidance to clients seeking to make investments in small businesses within the framework of the Small Business Administration's affiliation principles.
|Areas of Practice||1) Government Contracts|
|Law School||George Mason University School of Law, J.D., 2006|
|Education||Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, B.S., Finance, 1996 cum laude|
|Bar Member / Association||State bar of District of Columbia,State bar of Virginia|
|Most recent firm||Kirkland & Ellis LLP|
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