Mike McGill represents clients across virtually all industry sectors that do business with government customers. Mike’s experience extends to some of the most complex litigation and transactional matters in the space. He has litigated hundreds of bid protests, challenging and defending procurement decisions before the Government Accountability Office, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, and other tribunals at the federal, state, and local levels. He also handles contract claims against government agencies, prime-subcontractor and teaming disputes, and commercial litigation related to government contracts. Mike provides strategic advice to clients in connection with mergers and acquisitions and other transactions involving government contractors. He also defends contractors facing False Claims Act allegations, and helps contractors navigate Defense Contract Audit Agency audits, Justice Department and agency OIG investigations, and suspension and debarment actions. In addition, Mike counsels clients on a broad spectrum of compliance and regulatory issues associated with competing for and performing government contracts, including mandatory disclosures; sourcing preferences; small-business preference programs; terminations; intellectual property; the Procurement Integrity Act; Federal Supply Schedule and other multiple-award programs; fiscal law; organizational conflicts of interest; and the ethical standards that apply to federal agencies and employees.