Brian Darst focuses his practice on legal matters involving government and commercial contracts law. He has experience handling bid protests, claims preparation and litigation, internal investigations, voluntary disclosures, procurement fraud investigations, and various contract formation and administration issues.
Brian has successfully represented numerous small, medium and large businesses before the United States Government Accountability Office, Boards of Contract Appeals, the Small Business Administration, the Federal Aviation Administration, District Courts, the United States Court of Federal Claims, and various state courts and administrative bodies. He is a frequent lecturer on government and commercial contracting issues and has conducted public and private seminars at various locations throughout the United States, as well as in Australia, Brazil, and Japan. Prior to entering private practice in 1991, Brian served as an attorney with the United States Navy’s Office of General Counsel and represented the Navy in matters involving the acquisition and administration of service and supply contracts for the Naval Sea Systems Command.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Brian A. Darst