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Zachary Schroeder counsels companies on doing business with the federal Government and represents them in litigation, including in bid protests before the Government Accountability Office and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.
While in law school, Mr. Schroeder served as a judicial intern for Judge Mary Ellen Coster Williams at the Court of Federal Claims. He also gained experience drafting and negotiating corporate and government contracts working for a multi-national technology corporation.
Mr. Schroeder studied procurement law extensively at George Washington University Law, and served as the Chair of the 2017 Government Contracts Moot Court Competition.
Mr. Schroeder successfully defended the Army’s award of a large aircraft logistics support contract to Northrop Grumman against protests by dominant providers of those services.
Mr. Schroeder successfully defended the award of a multi-million dollar Army fuel delivery contract against multiple protests before the Government Accountability Office.
Debarment and Discovery of Internal Audit Reports: The 2016 Dentons “Gilbert A. Cuneo” Government Contracts Moot Court Competition, 46 Pub. Cont. L. J. 491-500 (2017).
Termination for Default and Excess Costs of Reprocurement: The 2017 “Gilbert A Cuneo” Government Contracts Moot Court Competition, Pub. Cont. L. J. (forthcoming 2018).
Mr. Schroeder is a member of the American Bar Association Public Contract Law Section and is active in the Young Lawyers and Bid Protest committees.
*Zachary is admitted only in Virginia. He is practicing under the supervision of members of the firm who are admitted in D.C.