Jonathan S. Aronie

Jonathan S. Aronie: Attorney with Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
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Biography

Jonathan S. Aronie is the Practice Group Leader in the Government Contracts, Investigations & International Trade Practice Group and former Managing Partner of the Washington, D.C. office . Jonathan counsels and represents large and small clients in some of the country's largest and most prominent classified and unclassified Government contracts matters, including bid protests, claims, self-disclosures, internal investigations, DOJ investigations, and False Claims Act Investigations.

Areas of Practice

Jonathan’s experience includes litigating under the qui tam provisions of the False Claims Act, developing and implementing corporate compliance programs, conducting internal investigations (proactive and defensive), and providing advice on the FAR Mandatory Disclosure Rule as well as a variety of federal regulatory and statutory matters, including those relating to the Multiple Award Schedule Program. He frequently represents clients before the Department of Justice, the Government Accountability Office, the General Services Administration, and other defense and civilian agencies. Additionally, Jonathan is cleared at the highest levels (TS/SCI) and counsels and defends clients in classified matters.

Jonathan has authored more than 75 articles and co-authored what is regarded by many as the leading treatise on the GSA Multiple Award Schedule Program, published by Thomson West. He also is a regular speaker at national and international forums and CLE programs. He is a member of the Public Contracts section of the ABA, and served on the ABA Task Force charged with drafting formal guidance regarding the FAR Mandatory Disclosure Rule.

Jonathan's significant matters include:

•Protest of Air Force award of $15 billion Combat Search & Rescue (CSAR) aircraft to the Boeing Company
•Defense of Navy award of $1.2 billion Broad Area Maritime Surveillance (BAMS) contract to Northrop Grumman against GAO protest
•Defense of GSA Schedule contractor in post-award audit and civil fraud investigation conducted by GSA OIG Investigations Division
•Pursuit of civil Court of Federal Claims suit against Department of Interior challenging unlawful Termination for Default of civilian contractor
•Implementation of comprehensive Mandatory Disclosure compliance program for Fortune 100 defense contractor
•Defense of Fortune 100 defense contractor in $300 million False Claims Act law suit pursued by Department of Justice
•Defense of multiple GSA Schedule IT contractors in False Claim Act lawsuit brought by a competitor whistleblower

As part of Jonathan's internal investigation practice, he was appointed in 2013 by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana as the federal monitor over the New Orleans Police Department responsible for reviewing, assessing, and reporting publicly on the NOPD's compliance with a far reaching Consent Decree. He previously served as the Deputy Independent Monitor over the Metropolitan Police Department, a position created as a result of an agreement between the United States Department of Justice and the District of Columbia.

Honors

•Leading Lawyer, Chambers USA, 2014-2018
•Washington D.C. Super Lawyers, 2014-2018
•Government Contracts, Legal 500, 2016-2018
•Selected as a member of the PCI Board of Advisors.
•Selected as an official delegate, District of Columbia Judicial Conference, five times.
•Appointed as federal monitor over the New Orleans Police Department by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana.
•Served as Deputy Independent Monitor over the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department.
•Panel Participant, PCI Procurement Law Roundtable with Kyrgyzstan Delegation (November 28, 2018).
•Guest lecturer; FBI National Academy; Quantico, Virginia (Quarterly 2018/2019); “Investigation, Collaboration, and Reform: A Case Study Of A Federal Consent Decree.”
•Selected as a speaker for the Louisiana State Bar Association's 11th Annual Conclave on Diversity in the Legal Profession entitled, Diversity and Inclusion: From Rhetoric to Reality on March 9, 2018
•Selected to serve on the Section 846 Panel regarding Procurement Through Commercial e-Commerce Portals at public meeting hosted by GSA and OMB, January 9, 2018

Clerkships

•Law clerk to the Honorable Patricia A. Wynn, District of Columbia Superior Court. During this one-year clerkship, Mr. Aronie divided his time between the court’s civil division and juvenile criminal division

Articles

• From the Big Easy to the Big Ten, and Beyond , University Business, March 14, 2019 (Jonathan Aronie, David Douglass, Joseph Jay)
• From The Big Easy to The Big Ten, And Beyond , October 2018 (Jonathan Aronie, David Douglass, Joseph Jay)
• Multiple Award Schedule Protests , Government Contracts Alert, June 2018 (James J. McCullough, Anne Perry, Jonathan S. Aronie)
• From Bourbon Street to the Board Room , Ethisphere.com, June 25, 2018
• Surprise, Surprise, Congress Does Listen - Well, Kind Of, governmentcontractslawblog.com , November 15, 2017
• Change Is Upon Us: An Analysis of the Section 801 COTS Provisions of the 2018 NDAA, The Coalition for Government Procurement; Friday Flash, July 7, 2017
• Change Is Upon Us: An Analysis of the Section 801 COTS Provisions of the 2018 NDAA, governmentcontractslawblog.com , June 28, 2017
• House Armed Services Committee Takes Aim at GSA with Proposed Legislation, governmentcontractslawblog.com , May 30, 2017
• Do one thing every day that scares you. -Eleanor Roosevelt, The Federal Lawyer, September, 2016
• Weighing The Pros And Cons Of GSA Transactional Data Rule, Law360, July 27, 2016
• Price Reductions Are Dead; Long Live Price Reductions, governmentcontractslawblog.com , July 26, 2016
• What GSA Can Learn from the National Parks Service, governmentcontractslawblog.com , June 30, 2016
• I’m Not Dead Yet (Or: A Brief Look at the Future of the Price Reductions Clause in Light of GSA’s Proposed Transactional Data Reporting Rule), governmentcontractslawblog.com , March 24, 2015
• Incomplete, Inaccurate, and Unverifiable: An Evening with the OIG’s Recent Audit Report on GSA’s Administration of Contractor Team Arrangements, October 10, 2014
• Common Sense Prevails Once Again: District Court FCA Ruling Serves As Reminder That Whistleblowers Need to Prove Recklessness Too, governmentcontractslawblog.com , May 30, 2013
• Law Firm Leader Q&A: Sheppard Mullin's Lucantonio Salvi and Jonathan Aronie, The National Law Journal/Legal Times , April 11, 2013
• What Does 2013 Have In Store for Government Contractors and Their Lawyers? San Diego Business Journal, February 1, 2013
• What Happens In Vegas Doesn't Seem To Stay In Vegas: A Different Take on GSA's Recent Woes, governmentcontractslawblog.com , October 24, 2012
• Federal Courts Begin to Lose Patience With Opportunistic Relators, The Coalition for Government Procurement Far and Beyond Blog, May 23, 2012 (Jonathan S. Aronie, Christopher M. Loveland)
• Case Study: Sandager V. Dell Marketing, Law360, May 17, 2012
• Another U.S. District Court Follows The Lead Of The D.C. Circuit In Addressing The First-To-File Bar Circuit Split And Pushes Back Against An Opportunistic Relator, governmentcontractslawblog.com , May 14, 2012
• From Attestation Reviews To Examinations: The GSA OIG Expands The Scope Of Its Pre-Award Audits, governmentcontractslawblog.com , April 18, 2011
• Did A Butterfly Just Flap Its Wings? The Potential Industry-Wide Consequences of the SBA's Recent Suspension Of A Premier IT Contractor, governmentcontractslawblog.com , October 7, 2010
• Finally, A Ruling That Applies Some Common Sense To The False Claims Act, governmentcontractslawblog.com , May 12, 2010
• When Does A Free Item NOT Fall Below The Micro-Purchase Threshold? governmentcontractslawblog.com , May 12, 2010
• The First 100 Days, governmentcontractslawblog.com , March 19, 2009
• Regulatory Relay, The Deal, December 15, 2008
• Conquering Uncertainty in an Indefinite World: A Survey of Disputes Arising Under IDIQ Contracts, Public Contract Law Journal, May 27, 2008
• The Eagle and the Arrow, Federal Computer Week, May 12, 2008
• Aronie: The Danger of Discounts, Federal Computer Week, November 5, 2007
• FAR Proposes Mandatory Contractor Codes of Ethics and Business Conduct, governmentcontractslawblog.com , September 20, 2007
• Changing Answers to a Longstanding Test Question (or what the new T&M rule means to us), Off the Shelf, January 2007 (Jonathan S. Aronie, Marko W. Kipa)
• Multiple Award Maze, January 12, 2007
• It's All About the Rules, Security Management, November 2006 (co-author)
• The Profit Margin: GSA's Inspector General Squeezes Profit Margins of Vendors Selling Services Under Schedule Contracts, Federal Computer Week, July 31, 2006
• Set a rouge to catch a rogue - why Canada should think before following in the United States' footsteps, Summit, June, 2006
• Keep GSA Schedules Humming, Federal Computer Week, March 20, 2006
• In Search Of A Better Audit-A Proposal For Instilling Greater Consistency And Transparency In The GSA IG Audit Process, The Government Contractor, February 15, 2006
• Don't be a target: Using the False Claims Act as a weapon has moved to the GSA schedules, Federal Computer Week, November 7, 2005
• That's 'Dee' To My Friends, Federal Computer Week, July 11, 2005
• Image is Everything -- Never Forget Contract Compliance, The Secrets of Schedule Sales Success by Bill Gormley and Larry Allen, Xlibris 2005, Chapter 5 (John W. Chierichella, Jonathan S. Aronie)
• Foolish Consistency, Some people hide behind the 'this is the way we always do it' shield, Federal Computer Week, April 18, 2005
• Paying the Subcontractors, Federal Computer Week, February 21, 2005
• The Lesson of Time, Federal Computer Week, December 6, 2004
• Service Contracting: An Integrated Approach, National Contract Management Association, 2004 NCMA (book) (Jonathan S. Aronie, contributing author)
•“The Simple Made Complex,” Federal Computer Week, August 23, 2004
•“Contractors' Thorny Position,” Federal Computer Week, June 28, 2004
•“Defining Small by Committee,” Federal Computer Week, April 19, 2004
•“Gone In 60 Seconds,” Federal Computer Week, February 23, 2004
•“Selling to Prime Contractors Under the Multiple Award Schedule Program,” Off the Shelf, Vol. XXX, No. 2, February 2004
•“Learning from the Past,” Federal Computer Week, January 26, 2004
•“A Controversial Clause,” Federal Computer Week, November 17, 2003
•“See You In Court,” Federal Computer Week, October 13, 2003
•“Discussing Debarment,” Federal Computer Week, September 9, 2003
•“Fudging on Fees,” Federal Computer Week, August 25, 2003
•“Advice to Contractor: Be Compliant,” Federal Computer Week, July 28, 2003
•“Advice and Appeals,” Federal Computer Week, June 23, 2003
•“No Guarantees,” Federal Computer Week, May 26, 2003
•“Survey of Recent MAS Protest Decisions,” Off the Shelf, May 2003 (James J. McCullough, Jonathan S. Aronie)
•“Small-Business Confusion,” Federal Computer Week, April 14, 2003
•“The SARA Clause,” Federal Computer Week, March 17, 2003
•“Cooperative Buying Overdue,” Federal Computer Week, February 24, 2003
•“Effective Selling under GSA’s Multiple Award Schedule Program,” Insight, May 2002 (John W. Chierichella, Jonathan S. Aronie)
•“The Baby and the Bathwater - Procurement Policy Gone Wrong,” Government Contract Audit Report, Spring 2002 (John W. Chierichella, Jonathan S. Aronie, Abram J. Pafford)
•“A Section 508 Survival Guide,” Off The Shelf, Vol.26, No.8, (Special Section), September 2001
•“Section 508 Accessibility: The ‘Undue Burden’ Exception,” Contract Management, August 2001 (James J. McCullough, Jonathan S. Aronie, Abram J. Pafford)
•“The New Section 508 Accessibility Rules: Threshold Compliance Issues for Both Federal Agencies and Contractors,” Federal Contracts Report, Vol. 75, No. 21 , May 22, 2001 (James J. McCullough, Jonathan S. Aronie, Abram J. Pafford)
•“Feature Article: Final FAR Rules Governing EIT Accessibility Answer Some Questions, Raise Others,” Government Contracts Alert, April 30, 2001 (James J. McCullough, Jonathan S. Aronie)
•“Unwary Rabbits Beware: IDIQ Means Never Having to Say You’re Sorry,” Government Contract Audit Report, February 2001 (John W. Chierichella, Jonathan S. Aronie)
•Developments in Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice 1999-2000, ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice, (Public Contracts and Procurement), February 2001 (John W. Chierichella, Jonathan S. Aronie)
Domestic & Foreign Product Preferences, Briefing Papers, Second Series, December 2000 (John W. Chierichella, Jonathan S. Aronie, Andrew Skowronek)
•“When is Information Confidential? The Government and Courts’ Ongoing Tug-of-War over FOIA’s Exemption 4 Leaves Contracts Professionals in a Bind,” Contract Management, November 2000 (Jonathan S. Aronie, John W. Chierichella, James J. McCullough)
•“The Government’s Assault of FOIA Exemption 4: Do You Know Where Your Data Are?,” Off The Shelf, October 2000 (John W. Chierichella, Jonathan S. Aronie, James J. McCullough)
• Feature Comment: Understanding DSCA’s New FMF Guidelines,” The Government Contractor, August 30, 2000 (William H. Taft IV, Jonathan S. Aronie)
•“Access Board Issues Draft Regulations Implementing Section 508,” Government Contracts Alert, April 30, 2000 (James J. McCullough, Jonathan S. Aronie)
•“Check or Checkmate? OFPP’s Recent Decision Affirming the Legality of GSA’s Post-Award Audit Clause,” Contract Management, December 1999 (James J. McCullough, Jonathan S. Aronie)
•“GSA Multiple Award Schedule at the Crossroads: OFPP Affirms Legality of Examination of Records and Price Adjustment Clauses,” Government Contracts Alert, October 29, 1999 (James J. McCullough, Jonathan S. Aronie)
•“Multiple-Award Schedule Contracts: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly,” Washington Technology, August 30, 1999
•“Open Market, Insert Foot,” Federal Computer Week, August 30, 1999
•“The Dark Side Revisited: A Few Thoughts on GEIA's Petition to the OFPP,” Off the Shelf, July 1999
•“Disputing a Commercial KO,” Legal Times, April 26, 1999 (John W. Chierichella, Jonathan S. Aronie)
•“Ethics/Compliance Programs for Government Contractors: An Idea of Biblical Proportions,” Off the Shelf, December 1998
•“GSA's MAS Program: Look Before You Leap,” Federal Computer Week, August 10, 1998
•“GSA IG Audits-You Can't Afford to Be Unprepared,” Off the Shelf, August 1998 (John W. Chierichella, Jonathan S. Aronie)
•“GSA's Revised MAS IT Solicitation-It's Not Quite Commercial,” National Contract Management Association On Line Magazine, May 15, 1998
•“Solid Footing for D.C. Real Estate,” The Washington Lawyer, November/December 1997

Books

Cloud Computing Legal Deskbook, 2013 Edition, Thomson Reuters Westlaw, 2013 (Editor)
GSA Schedule Handbook, First through Twelfth Editions, Thomson West, 2008-2018 (Co-Author)
Guide to the Mandatory Disclosure Rule: Issues, Guidelines, and Best Practices, American Bar Association, January 2010 (Co-Author and Chapter Editor)
Multiple Award Schedule Contracting, First through Third Editions, Thomson West and Xlibris Corporation, 2002, 2006, 2009-2017 (Co-Author)

Public Interest Articles

• Buy-In Is Irrelevant When It’s Just A Better Way: One Reason Why NOPD’s Novel Police Peer Intervention Training Program Is Taking Off, The Community Policing Dispatch e-newsletter, June 2018
• Keeping Each Other Safe; An Assessment of The Use of Peer Intervention Programs to Prevent Police Officer Mistakes and Misconduct, Using New Orleans’ EPIC Program As A Potential National Model, SAGE Publication's Police Quarterly, June 9, 2017
• An EPIC Idea by NOPD: A New Model for Ethical Policing, The Police Chief Magazine, November, 2016
• A Look at NOPD’s Innovative and Career-Saving Peer Intervention Program, Subject to Debate - Police Executive Research Forum Newsletter, September, 2016

Media Mentions

•‘Remarkable’ Reforms Made at NOPD, But Work on Consent Decree Remains, Judge Says
NOLA.com, The Times-Picayune , January 25, 2019
•Judge and Watchdogs Offer Verdict on NOPD Progress: 'Remarkable,' But 'Not Done Yet'
The Advocate , January 25, 2019
•New Orleans Police Dept Makes Significant Strides in Complying With Federal Consent Decree
WDSU New Orleans , January 25, 2019
•Review of New Orleans Police: Positive But More Work Needed
Associated Press , January 25, 2019
•Watch Friday’s NOPD Consent Decree Hearing
The Lens , January 23, 2019
•The Rebuilding at NOPD Must Keep Going With New Chief
NOLA.com, The Times-Picayune , January 19, 2019
•Attorney Finds Rewards and Challenges as a Federal Monitor
ABA Journal , October 17, 2018
•Officials Say NOPD Becoming More Efficient Under Consent Decree
The New Orleans Advocate , February 22, 2018
•NOPD Lauded for New System that Detects Faulty Cop Practices
Louisiana Weekly , September 11, 2017
•Venable Vies for Baltimore Police Monitor Role as Sheppard Mullin Re-Ups in New Orleans
The American Lawyer , August 18, 2017
•Missing Data Hinders Contractor Disclosure Rule Nine Years In
Bloomberg BNA , August 2, 2017
•In 'EPIC' Effort, New Orleans Police Work to Stop Officer Misconduct Before it Happens
The Times-Picayune , June 14, 2017
•Jeff Sessions' Call for Review Likely Too Late for New Orleans' Police and Jail Decrees, Observers Say
The New Orleans Advocate , April 4, 2017
•Profiles
Duke Law Magazine , Fall 2016
•New Orleans Program Teaches Officers to Police One Another
New York Times , August 28, 2016
•NOPD Sex Crimes Unit Making Progress under Federal Consent Decree, Monitors Say
NOLA.com, The Times-Picayune , August 22, 2016
•Federal Judge Praises NOPD's Progress in Sexual Assault Cases
The New Orleans Advocate , August 18, 2016
•GSA’s Transactional Data Reporting Rule
Federal News Radio , July 14, 2016
•NOPD Reforms Moving Forward, Feds Say
But Many at Public Forum Say They're Too Little, Too Late
The Times-Picayune , January 28, 2015

Speaking Engagements

• Section 846 & Schedules Modernization, Off the Shelf, Federal News Network Radio, January 28, 2019
•Featured Speaker, New Orleans Regional Leadership Institute, New Orleans, LA, December 12, 2018
•Panelist, Corporate Compliance Roundtable, Duke University School of Law, November 16, 2018
•Speaker, Fun With The FAR, PCI Annual CLE, Washington, DC (November 2018)
• Improving Policing Through Front End Accountability, Panelist at The 24th Annual Conference of the National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement, The Vinoy Renaissance, St. Petersburg, FL, September 30- October 4, 2018
• Legal Compliance and Policy Considerations, Panelist at The Coalition for Government Procurement's e-Commerce Forum, CGI Innovation Center, Arlington, VA, April 3, 2018
• Diversity and Inclusion: From Rhetoric to Reality, 11th Annual Conclave on Diversity in the Legal Profession, Louisiana State Bar Association, March 9, 2018
• Police Peer Intervention Seminar, Police for Tomorrow Fellowship Program, Georgetown University Law Center, February 8, 2018
• Surprise, Surprise, Congress Does Listen - Well, Kind Of . . . A discussion of NDAA Section 846’s Online Marketplace Provisions, The Coalition for Government Procurement Webinar, November 30, 2017
• FUN with the FAR Season 5, Webinar, November 29, 2017
• Advanced Issues in Schedule Contracting, Federal Publications Seminars, Sterling, VA, October 25-26, 2017
• Transactional Data Reporting, NDAA & More, Off the Shelf, Federal News Radio, August 15, 2017
• Section 801 Alert! Amtower Off Center, Federal News Radio, August 6, 2017
• The First 112 Days: The FAR, e-Commerce, and New Acquisition Priorities, Coalition For Government Procurement Spring Conference Legal Panel, Falls Church, VA, May 11, 2017
• GovCon Risk Avoidance, Minneapolis, MN, May 10, 2017
• What’s New In Commercial Items Contracting, Washington, DC, May 9, 2017
• Promoting Ethics & Compliance Through Peer Intervention, Speaker at the Annual Meeting of the International Association of Chiefs of Police / Civil and Human Rights Committee Annual Meeting, Alexandria, VA, April 3, 2017
• Consent to Change: The Impact of New Orleans’s Consent Decree on its Police, Speaker at the American Society of Criminology's 72nd Annual Meeting Policy Panel, New Orleans, LA, November 16, 2016
•Speaker and Panelist at the Implementation of Police Department Consent Decrees: Working Together Toward Institutional Change Conference, Tarleton State University, TX, November 4-5, 2016
• Transactional Data, Speaker at The Coalition for Government Procurement Webinar, July 14, 2016
• What Transition Means For Your Federal Business Opportunities, The Coalition for Government Procurement Spring Training Conference, Falls Church, VA, April 28, 2016
• Meet the MASters, Speaker at Public Contracting Institute's monthly virtual classes, 2015-2016
• A Bridge Over Troubled Waters: Hot Topics in Commercial Item Contracting, Moderator at the ABA Section of Public Contract Law Conference, Charleston, SC, November 13, 2015
• Living in a Regulated World - Understanding, Complying With, and Even Benefiting From Government Contract Regulations, 54th Annual National Seminar on Government Contracts, St. Paul, MN, September 17, 2015
• Advanced Issues In Multiple Award Schedule Contracting, Federal Publications Seminar, Hilton Head Government Contracts Week, SC, July 22, 2015
• Mergers & Acquisitions and Aerospace & Defense Forum, Hosted by Sheppard Mullin and KippsDeSanto, June 3, 2015
• Mandatory Disclosure Rule Update, with former Inspector General, The Honorable Brian Miller, NCMA Tyson's Chapter, June 24, 2014
• MAS Contract Compliance and the 5th Anniversary of the Mandatory Disclosure Rule, The Coalition for Government Procurement, Tysons Corner, VA, February 5, 2014
• What's ahead for GSA's MAS program? Off the Shelf, Federal News Radio, December 17, 2013
• Advanced Issues in Multiple Award Schedule Contracting, Federal Publications Seminars, Washington, DC, October 23-24, 2013
• Advanced Issues in Multiple Award Schedule Contracting, Federal Publications Seminars, Sterling, VA, June 12-13, 2013
• Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Government Contracts Compliance In Five Easy Slides, SIA Government 2013 Summit, Washington, DC, June 4, 2013
• Recent Developments in Case Law and Regulation, The Coalition for Government Procurement 2013 Spring Conference, Arlington, VA, April 17, 2013
• GSA Schedules, IG Audits, and more, Off the Shelf, Federal News Radio, March 26, 2013
• Legal Aspects of Government Contracting, Fairfax County Economic Development Authority Presents Procurement Academy, McLean, VA, February 20, 2013
• The Mandatory Disclosure Requirements, Federal Publications Seminars, Washington, DC, October 26, 2012
• The Nuts and Bolts of the GSA/VA MAS Ordering Procedures, The Coalition for Government Procurement 2012 Fall Conference, Arlington, VA, October 24-25, 2012
• Advanced Issues in Multiple Award Schedule Contracting, Federal Publications Seminars, Washington, DC, October 24-25, 2012
• The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same, Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love Government Contracts, Annual Law Conference, Charleston, SC, October 18, 2012
• Legal Update: Recent Development in Case Law and Regulation (aka The Rogers), The Coalition for Government Procurement 2012 Spring Conference, Falls Church, VA, April 26-27, 2012
• Government Contracting Compliance Pitfalls & How to Avoid or Overcome Them, MAPI Government Contracts Council Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 26-27, 2012
• Bid protests, Off the Shelf, Federal News Radio, April 17, 2012
• Advanced Issues in Multiple Award Schedule Contracting, Federal Publications Seminars, Las Vegas, NV, March 7-8, 2012
• The Innovation Locomotion, GSA's Facilities Maintenance and Hardware Acquisition Center 13th Annual Industry Event, St. Louis, MO, February 28, 2012
• Standing Clear of the Third Rail: A Few Reminders About the Importance of Compliance, Alliance for Quality Business Solution Training Conference and Partnership Meeting, Fort Worth, TX, February 22, 2012
• Four Eyes, Two Views, One Truth-Perspectives on the Myths and Realities of GSA Schedule Audits, The Coalition for Government Procurement 2011 Fall Conference, Arlington, VA, October 28, 2011
• The Mandatory Disclosure Requirements, Federal Publications Seminars, Washington, DC, October 28, 2011
• Breaking down Federal Supply Schedules, Off the Shelf, Federal News Radio, June 14, 2011
• Legal Update: Recent Development in Case Law and Regulation, The Coalition for Government Procurement 2011 Spring Conference, Arlington, VA, March 17, 2011
• Government Contracts Compliance, GSA Greater Southwest Acquisition Center, Alliance for Quality Business Solutions, Be Ahead of the Game: Posturing for Success and Future Sustainability, Ft. Worth, Texas, February 8-10, 2011
• Mandatory Disclosure Rule Update, The Aerospace General Counsel's Group, Kiawah, South Carolina, November 4, 2010
• The Mandatory Disclosure Requirements, Federal Publications Seminars, Washington, DC, October 27-29, 2010
• Government Contracting 101: The Risks of Having Uncle Sam as a Customer, Third Thursday Emerging Company Webinars, August 19, 2010
• Is the GSA schedule price reduction clause necessary? Federal News Radio, August 3, 2010
• Advanced Issues in Multiple Award Schedule Contracting: Compliance, Audits and Risk Avoidance, Federal Publications Seminars, Arlington, VA, June 15-16, 2010
• GSA Schedule Contracting: How to Keep More of the Money That You Make, GSA Expo 2010, Orlando, May 2010 (co-taught with Larry Allen)

Events

•Careers in White Collar Practice and Corporate Compliance
Duke School of Law , November 16, 2018
•Fall Corporate Compliance Roundtable
Duke School of Law , November 16, 2018

Podcasts

•Nota Bene Episode 8: Eight Lessons to Lasting Corporate Reform with Jonathan Aronie
October 24, 2018

Areas of Practice (18)

  • Government Contracts
  • Investigations & International Trade
  • Bid Protests
  • Claims
  • Contract Cost Accounting
  • Exports and Export-Related Controls
  • False Claims Act
  • Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)
  • Intellectual Property Rights Under Government Contracts
  • Multiple Award Schedule Contracting
  • Healthcare
  • White Collar Defense and Corporate Investigations
  • Aerospace and Defense
  • Automotive
  • Digital Media
  • Food and Beverage
  • Maritime
  • Retail

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
202.747.1902  Phone
202.747.3800  Fax
www.sheppardmullin.com
University Attended:
Brandeis University, B.A., with honors, 1990
Law School Attended:
Duke University, J.D., 1993
Year of First Admission:
1993
Admission:
1994, District of Columbia; 1993, Maryland
ISLN:
909715319

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