Dan Graham leads the Government Contracts practice. Highly regarded in Government Contracts litigation, Dan Graham has over two decades of experience assisting clients across industry sectors on bid protests, Contract Dispute Act appeals, prime and subcontractor disputes and commercial litigation.
Chambers USA has ranked Dan in Band 1 for Government Contracts (Nationwide). A client quoted by Chambers said “He is a star in this field. The client added, “No task is too large or too small for Dan to take on and excel at. He has provided advice which has resulted in several great outcomes” (2019).
Dan has litigated cases before the US Court of Federal Claims (COFC), the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) and the Boards of Contract Appeals, as well as before Federal District Courts and Courts of Appeals across the country.
In addition, Dan advises clients on cost accounting matters, identifying and resolving organizational and personal conflicts of interest, mergers and acquisitions, business restructurings and reorganizations, internal investigations and suspension and debarment proceedings. Dan also counsels clients on complying with ethics laws and regulations, including post-employment restrictions applicable to government employees.
Dan is committed to pro bono service, and has argued before the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and the US Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims in several veterans’ benefits cases.
Dan also clerked for the Honorable D. Brooks Smith for the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and the Honorable Christine Odell Cook Miller for the US Court of Federal Claims.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Daniel P. Graham