Tyler Robinson > Vinson & Elkins LLP > Washington DC, United States > Lawyer Profile

Vinson & Elkins LLP
2200 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE NW
SUITE 500 WEST
WASHINGTON, DC 20037-1701
United States
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Work Department

Government Contracts

Position

Counsel

Career

Tyler’s practice focuses on all aspects of government contracting from procurement through performance. He regularly represents government contractors in litigation matters, including litigating bid protests at the Government Accountability Office (GAO) and the Court of Federal Claims (COFC); filing and responding to contract claims; prosecuting claim appeals at the different Boards of Contract Appeals; and litigating subcontractor dispute issues. Tyler also counsels and assists government contractors on contract and regulatory compliance matters involving the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), agency supplemental acquisition regulations, and Small Business Administration (SBA) regulations. In addition, he also advises contractors and subcontractors on a broad range of government contract matters, including teaming agreement negotiations, subcontract formation and performance issues, organizational conflicts of interest (OCIs), ethics and procurement integrity laws, government and internal investigations, Cost Accounting Standards (CAS) compliance issues, and suspension and debarment proceedings.

Lawyer Rankings

United States > Government > Government contracts

(Rising stars)

Tyler RobinsonVinson & Elkins LLP

Vinson & Elkins LLP’s government contracts group has extensive experience in high-stakes bid protests and claims litigation for a impressive blue-chip client base across the IT, healthcare, construction, aerospace and defence, and professional services industries. Alongside this strong practice, the group is adept at handling complex cost accounting matters, M&A, contract litigation, suspension and debarment proceedings, export control and economic sanctions, False Claims Act suits, and investigations. Offering a multidisciplinary approach across the overall firm’s complementary practices, the public procurement practice is headed by David Johnson, who maintains a focus on litigation. Jamie Tabb is notable in the team, covering all contracting matters and particularly strong in federal contracts. Tyler Robinson is a key name in the group for bid protests and compliance issues. Elizabeth McIntyre is notable for economic sanctions and export controls. Former practice co-head Daniel Graham  left the practice in 2021. All practitioners are based in Washington DC.

Comparative Guides

United States: Public Procurement January 2022 This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Public Procurement laws and regulations that may occur in United States.