Adam K. Lasky named Vice Chair of the Bid Protest Committee of the American Bar Association’s Public Contract Law Section
Tue Aug 29, 2017
In August, Adam K. Lasky was named among the vice-chairs of the Bid Protest Committee of the American Bar Association’s Public Contract Law Section. The Bid Protest Committee aims to provide “timely information on developments and a forum for discussing significant issues involving the resolution of bid protests within the federal government, including the agencies, the GAO, and judicial forums.” The committee also “conducts ongoing studies on the efficacy of the system for resolving bid protest of federal agency procurements.” The American Bar Association’s Public Contract Law Section named the Bid Protest Committee the 2017 “Committee of the Year.”
In addition, Adam was also named to the vice-chair position of the Small Business & Other Socioeconomic Programs Committee.
Adam is a recognized attorney and thought leader in government contract law, where he helps clients across the nation navigate and win government contracts. With extensive experience litigating federal and state bid protests, Adam has a notable track record of success in multiple protests before the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, GAO and state/local agencies.