December 2, 2021

Volume XI, Number 336

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Jade C. Totman

Jade Totman is an associate and a former active duty Army officer.

A member of the firm’s Government Contracts practice, Mr. Totman represents large and small contractors involved in domestic and international government procurements, primarily in the defense, aerospace, information technology, energy, construction, international development, and financial services sectors.  He routinely works with contractors on nuanced business and legal matters that involve a variety of complex federal laws and regulations, including Foreign Military Sales and Direct Commercial Sales, audits and investigations, procurement and non-procurement suspension and debarment, corporate transactions, procurement integrity, and fraud.  Further, as noted below, he has extensive experience litigating pre- and post-award bid protests, and he regularly represents contractors with claims, REAs, performance and prime-sub disputes, and contract terminations.

Mr. Totman often publishes articles and e-alerts of interest to contractors.  He has given public presentations on effective bid protest strategies and on topics relevant to small businesses.

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Articles in the National Law Review database by Jade C. Totman

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