In 2021, as the Government and industry continued to adapt and navigate their ways through the pandemic, the courts and boards of contract appeals issued a number of important decisions. In this client advisory, and in connection with our “Feature Comment: The Most Important Contract Disputes Decisions of 2021,” in The Government Contractor (Vol. 64, No. 5), we summarize and discuss the impacts of disputes decisions that are likely to have sustained impacts on contractors and the Government alike into the foreseeable future.
About Steven Masiello
Steven M. Masiello is the chair of the US Government Contracts practice and a leader of the firm's Global Government Contracts and Procurement group. Masiello serves as lead counsel in complex government contract matters across numerous industry segments concerning state, federal, and foreign military funded transactions in the US courts, agency boards and under domestic and international alternative dispute resolution procedures.
About Joe Martinez
Joseph G. Martinez’s practice focuses on all aspects of government contracts litigation and corporate counseling with an emphasis on bid protest litigation, contract and subcontract formation and pricing issues, and complex claims litigation. Joe is also a member of Dentons’ Political Law, Ethics and Disclosure team and counsels clients regarding federal, state and local election law, campaign finance, ethics matters, and assists government contractors in navigating the intersection of law, politics and public policy.
About Eric Roberson
Eric P. Roberson is a member of Dentons’ US Government Contracts practice. Eric has experience in a wide range of matters involving federal, state and local contract opportunities and performance, including regulatory and contract compliance, cost and pricing, business systems requirements, bid protests and claims, commercial item contracting, and corporate transactions involving companies holding government contracts.