Jacob B. Pankowski

Jacob B. Pankowski focuses his practice on representing government contractors and subcontractors of all sizes in their dealings and disputes with federal, state and local governments. His government contracts practice covers a broad range of areas and concentrates in contract and subcontract performance issues, claims analysis and preparation, federal supply schedule issues, information technology issues, rights in technical data and intellectual property and systems integration contracts. Jacob has appeared before the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, various federal district courts, agency boards of contract appeals and the Government Accountability Office.

A few of Jacob's most notable representations include serving on the team representing one of the co-contractors in the $4 billion, A-12 litigation representing the Space Shuttle contractor on a variety of issues relating to risk of loss, technical data rights and patent issues, and litigating a board of contract appeals matter that carved out new law relating to jurisdictional aspects of Federal Supply Schedule contract disputes.

Jacob has been at the forefront of issues relating to homeland security and participated in crafting recent federal legislation. As a result, he has actively counseled clients participating in the federal and state homeland security marketplace, addressing a variety of issues relating to compliance with the Homeland Security and SAFETY Acts, including obtaining indemnification relating to the sale of anti-terrorism technologies.

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Areas of Practice 1) Government Contracts & Projects and 2) Defense & Homeland Security
Law School J.D., magna cum laude, The George Washington University Law School
Education B.A., magna cum laude, Indiana University Bloomington
Bar Member / Association State bar of California, State bar of District of Columbia, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, U.S. Court of Federal Claims,
Most recent firm Greenberg Traurig LLP
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