Doug Patin has an extensive government contracts and construction litigation practice. While this work has involved the entire spectrum of traditional government contract disputes, he has developed extensive experience in various aspects of government and construction contract law including: claims, appeals, bid protests, international arbitration, insurance coverage, federal fraud and False Claims Act issues.
Doug's extensive teaching and writing efforts keep him current on changing case law and developments in the field, including the preparation of an international arbitration seminar in 2012 presented by ICC, ICDR representatives, and international arbitration practitioners. Doug has a national and international practice representing some of the largest federal contractors and subcontractors in the country.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Douglas L. Patin