Robert S. Brams Co-Chairs the firm's Government Contracts & Projects Practice and focuses his practice on procurement law matters as well as providing counsel on the development and delivery of major infrastructure and other construction projects. He advises clients on claim and risk management issues arising on major projects and litigating and otherwise resolving the disputes arising on those projects. Bob also serves as a mediator and arbitrator. His clients include developers, governments and other owners, engineers, architects and contractors in a wide variety of international and domestic matters, including facility and infrastructure development, procurement, project management, public private partnerships, the preparation and negotiation of complex supply and service contracts, and project delivery.
Bob is experienced in dealing with bid protests as well as the litigation, arbitration, and mediation of construction and engineering project performance disputes, both foreign and domestic. He serves as lead counsel in project development and dispute resolution matters, including those related to: rail, light rail, highway, airport, bridge, and other transportation and infrastructure projects
Articles in the National Law Review database by Robert S. Brams