Oles Morrison Announces Two New Partners
Fri Apr 10, 2015
Mike, who leads our Anchorage office, recently returned to the private sector after serving for three years as Attorney General for the state of Alaska (2012 – 2014). A lifelong Alaskan, Mike’s practice focuses on areas and industries reflecting Alaska’s growth and history, including construction and natural resources. Throughout his 36 year career he has been involved in numerous complex cases, including class actions and anti-trust. He has appeared before the Alaska Supreme Court in matters ranging from sovereign immunity, insurance bad faith, and administrative law, to attorney-client privilege, OSHA regulations, contract claims, shareholder disputes, products liability, and premises-landowner liability.
Adam’s primary focus is on helping clients win government contracts. Adam has extensive experience litigating bid protests, and has prevailed in protests before agencies, GAO and the Court of Federal Claims. He also regularly advises clients on how to make their proposals more competitive for contract awards, particularly on issues such as past performance and small business subcontracting. In addition, Adam counsels government contractors and subcontractors on a variety of contract administration issues, and represents contractors pursuing and litigating claims. He joined Oles Morrison as an Associate in 2008.