- Real Estate
- Development & Construction
- Energy & Natural Resources
- Energy Regulation
- Construction & Design
- Government Contracts
- Postal Service Contracting
- Qui Tam / False Claims Act
- Facilities Development & Construction
|Contact Info||Telephone: 202.378.2414|
|University ||George Washington University, B.A., International Affairs, 2007; CALI Excellence for the Future Award, International Human Rights Clinic, 2010|
|Law School||Cornell Law School, J.D., 2011; Trial Advocacy, 2011, Dean's List, Langfan Moot Court Competition, National Security & Law Society, President, 2009-2010; Academic Coordinator, 2008-2009, Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy, Notes Editor|
|Admitted||2012, New York; 2012, New Jersey; 2013, District of Columbia|
Professional Associations and Memberships
American Bar Association, Public Contract Law Section; Litigation Section
•National Contract Management Association
In her government contracts practice, Elizabeth assists federal contractors and subcontractors in claims or bid protests before the boards of contract appeals and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. She also represents federal contractors and subcontractors in commercial and civil litigation.
Before joining the firm, Elizabeth was an associate at a boutique firm in Washington, D.C., where she focused on government contracts and civil litigation. She also worked in the Office of the General Counsel for the Council of the District of Columbia.
3.02.14 Three New Grounds for Bid Protests in a Cyber-Secure World Blog
12.02.13 Accrual of Government Claims under the Contract Disputes Act Real Estate, Development & Construction Blog
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5.20.13 Government Contracts Attorney Elizabeth Leavy Joins Husch Blackwell's Washington, D.C., Office
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Three New Grounds for Bid Protests in a Cyber Secure World
Elizabeth Leavy, March 5, 2014
No one will argue against the need to improve cybersecurity. We should limit the vulnerability of critical infrastructure and preserve the confidentiality of military technology, private company trade secrets, and individual medical records.
"Accrual" of Government Claims under the Contract Disputes Act
Elizabeth Leavy, December 5, 2013
The Contract Disputes Act imposes a six-year statute of limitations on all claims, whether they are asserted by the contractor or by the Government. See 41 U.S.C. § 7103(a)(4)(A). The limitations period begins to run upon accrual of a claim, which is “the date when all events . . . that...
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