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Morrison & Foerster LLP
SUITE 6000
WASHINGTON, DC 20006-1888
United States
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Partner, Government Contacts Practice


Kevin Mullen has broad experience in government contracts matters including agency procurements, bid protests, subcontracting, teaming and joint venture relationships, contract performance issues, intellectual property, compliance matters, due diligence for mergers and acquisitions, and procurement fraud matters. He represents clients preparing and litigating contract adjustment claims and terminations for government contracts and construction projects. Mr. Mullen was named to the BTI Consulting Group’s “Client Service All-Stars 2015” list, a registry of 354 of the legal profession’s client service elite.


Council member of the Public Contract Law Section of the American Bar Association


University of Virginia School of Law, J.D., 1988; University of Virginia, BA, 1984

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United States > Government > Government contracts

Morrison & Foerster LLP has broad capabilities across the entire array of government contract and public procurement work, but is perhaps best known for its bid protest practice. The team balances a busy contentious and transactional workload with a significant proportion of its mandates involving classified matters and sensitive FCA litigation, contract claims against the government in forums such as the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals (ASBCA), and M&A involving government contractors. The team is one of the first ports of call for emerging Sillicon Valley tech companies that rely on government contracts and grant funding, thanks to the firm’s strong presence in San Francisco and its wide-ranging expertise in IP protection and cybersecurity issues. Based in Washington DC, the department is jointly led by Alex Ward, Tina Reynolds and Kevin Mullen, the latter of whom specializes in bid protest litigation. Also recommended are David Churchill, government contracting M&A specialist Damien Specht and James Tucker, who focuses on bid protests.