Venable duo to co-lead firm's government contracts group

Pair of attorneys cover gamut of federal litigation issues

Venable, one of the country's largest government contract law firms, has named partners Scott Hommer and Paul Debolt co-leaders of its Government Contracts Practice Group.

Hommer concentrates on counseling and litigation with an emphasis on technology companies and government contractors.

He covers the full spectrum of government contract-related matters, including bid protests, contract claims and disputes, mergers and acquisitions, ethics and compliance, conflicts of interest, and government socio-economic programs.

Debolt assists companies on all issues that arise from doing business with the federal government, including civil fraud.

His expertise includes the competitive source selection process, bid protests, contract compliance with government regulations and laws, internal investigations, mandatory disclosures, and resolution of disputes and claims during contract performance or contract termination.

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David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.

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