Stacie Linguist represents clients in commercial litigation and government contracts matters. Stacie helps clients resolve business disputes, obtain government contracts and respond to government investigations. She has worked with clients in a number of industries, including financial services, insurance, health care, defense and technology.
Litigation and Investigations
Stacie litigates bid protests before the Government Accountability Office, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, and state agencies and departments, conducts internal investigations, and responds to Inspector General and Department of Justice investigations.
In the commercial realm, Stacie has experience representing banks and insurance companies in financial services and consumer litigation. She also helps companies protect their trade secrets through litigation.
Contracts and Procurement
Stacie advises government contractors when bidding on, negotiating and performing government contracts. Her expertise includes:
Evaluating corporate transactions by conducting due diligence on issues unique to government contracting
Analyzing and drafting agreements between and among government contractors
Counseling on forming teaming agreements and subcontracts
Advising contractors facing threatened suspension and debarment
Appealing formal size determinations and advising on other issues arising under the Small Business Administration (SBA)
Stacie helps banks and financial services organizations resolve tax lien issues to maintain profitability of their properties. She guides clients through recovery options, including:
Administratively redeeming properties when possible
Interfacing with tax assessment officials and tax lien investors to negotiate recoveries
Going to court to overturn tax sales
Stacie enjoys long-distance running and participating in philanthropic races. Married to a college football coach, she is often found at the gridiron watching his teams compete.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Stacie L. Linguist