In 2022, the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, the Court of Federal Claims, and the Boards of Contract Appeals addressed matters of first impression, set new precedent, and clarified lingering legal issues affecting Government contractors. In this client advisory, and in connection with our “Feature Comment: The Most Important Contract Disputes Decisions of 2022,” in The Government Contractor (Vol. 65, No. 5), these decisions and others are discussed in more detail.
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 Gale Monahan
Gale Monahan is a partner in the Firm’s Government Contracts practice where he focuses on government contracts counseling, litigation and internal and government investigations. Gale's counseling practice focuses primarily on cost and pricing, the Cost Accounting Standards (CAS), termination, business systems, domestic preference, and international government contracting issues.
About Caroline Colpoys
Caroline is a member of Dentons’ US Government Contracts Practice. Her legal practice focuses on all aspects of government contract counseling and litigation. Caroline litigates contract disputes and bid protests; counsels on cost and pricing and other statutory, regulatory, and contractual obligations; conducts internal investigations to address compliance-related concerns; and advises government contracts clients undergoing corporate transactions.