Law 360 Features Adam Lasky on Bid Protests
Wed Oct 28, 2015
Oles Morrison partner, Adam K. Lasky was once again featured as a contributing author on Law 360, the well-regarded legal news service. In “Your Protest Can Be Untimely Even If You Follow GAO Rules,” Adam explores the importance of reading GAO protest regulations thoroughly, as well as being familiar with the GAO case law interpreting these regulations. The full article was originally published in The Procurement Playbook on October 6, 2015, and can be read here.
Adam’s legal practice concentrates on a wide variety of Government Contracts and Construction Law issues. He has successfully helped dozens of clients win government contracts. Adam also has extensive experience litigating bid protests, and he has prevailed in protests before agencies, the U.S. GAO and the Court of Federal Claims. Adam regularly advises clients on how to make their proposals more competitive for contract awards.
The Procurement Playbook is a guide to the latest trends and developments in government contracting. It is published by the members of the Oles Morrison Government Contracts Group, which is widely recognized as one of the premier practice groups in the nation.