Howard Roth authors “Smooth sailing, maritime government contract claims in U.S. District Court”
Mon Sep 25, 2017
Howard Roth authored an article for The Alaska Contractor fall 2017 issue entitled, “Smooth sailing, maritime government contract claims in U.S. District Court.” You can read the full article on page 66 of the Alaska Contractor magazine.
Howard Roth has 27 years of experience handling federal procurement matters. Companies seek out Howard’s counsel on navigating complex bid protests and appeals. He is the recipient of the Army Meritorious Service Medal with oak leaf cluster for expertise and achievement in Government Accountability Office (GAO) protests and contract appeals, legal advisor on defense of a $41 million appeal to the Civilian Board of Contract Appeals (CBCA), and legal counsel for a nationwide military command Enterprise IT network. On June 5, Howard and the government contracts team won a GAO bid protest challenging the award of an O/M contract for a missile defense radar vessel, SBX-1. Oles Morrison has one of the leading bid protest practices in the nation and is one of only six law firms nationwide —and the only government contract practice in the Pacific Northwest— to have at least four protest sustains at GAO, in addition to multiple protest victories at the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, since 2013.