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David Nadler

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Dave Nadler is the chair of Blank Rome's government contracts practice. He focuses his practice on bid protests; government audits and investigations; the False Claims Act; contract claims and disputes; government cost, accounting, and pricing issues; the GSA Schedule; and government compliance matters, including mandatory disclosure issues. Mr. Nadler is consistently rated as one of the leading government contracts attorneys in the country. He is also a recipient of the Federal 100 award, which recognizes top executives from the government, academia, and the private sector for their contributions to the government contracts community. In 2016, he was appointed to the Government Contracts Law360 editorial advisory board. For more information about Mr. Nadler, please click here to visit his full biography.


United States: Government

Government contracts

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Handling dispute resolution, compliance, enforcement, False Claims Act cases and bid protests, Blank Rome LLP utilizes its ‘deep knowledge and expertise’ when advising clients in the defense, aerospace, healthcare, maritime, technology, and professional services sectors. Scott Arnold represented 360 ITIS in a bid protest before the Government Accountability Office pertaining to a $192m task order by the Department of Homeland Security for the provision of a service desk, IT field operations, cabling, videoconferencing, hardware maintenance, deployment and financial system support services. David Nadler chairs the practice and Justin Chiarodo is vice chair. Richard Conway ‘is tremendous’. Luke Meier joined the DC office in August 2018 from Covington & Burling LLP. Meier assists clients in navigating regulations that apply when doing business with federal government, including investigating and defending allegations of fraud.

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