Michael D. Maloney is Of Counsel in the Washington, D.C. office representing clients in all phases of government contracts and disputes in a wide array of industries. A seasoned litigator with over 25 years in private practice, Mr. Maloney strategically advises clients how and where to pursue complex bid protest matters before the Government Accountability Office, the Court of Federal Claims and other federal courts, or directly to the administering federal agency. He also counsels clients on federal, state, and local procurement compliance, guiding clients through the labyrinth of statutes and regulations, and advises contract awardees how to successfully administer contracts, correctly calculate and submit requests for payment, and when necessary, pursue and resolve payment claim disputes.
Mr. Maloney's extensive government contracts experience ranges from representation of clients in national security matters involving Department of Defense, Department of Energy, and intelligence community procurements to information technology purchasing and services contracts and Federal Emergency Management Agency and Department of Health and Human Services procurements. Mr. Maloney also counsels clients on trade secrets and privacy laws and represents clients in complex civil litigation including actions to protect clients' trade secrets and to enforce privacy laws.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Michael D. Maloney