Mr. Lee counsels federal and state government contractors on a broad range of government contracting issues, including bid protests, contract claims and disputes, and commercial item contracts. He also litigates commercial contract, intellectual property, and employment law disputes.
- Litigates bid protests before the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), federal agencies, and state and local administrative bodies.
- Litigates commercial disputes arising under contract and intellectual property laws. Litigates employment law cases, including collective actions under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
- Represents government contractors in disputes with the federal government, including claims and appeals under the Contract Disputes Act (CDA).
- Drafts teaming agreements and non-disclosure agreements between government contractors. Litigates disputes between prime and subcontractors.
- Defends government contractors facing potential suspension or debarment.
- Counsels government contractors evaluating corporate transactions and internal corporate reorganizations, including issues such as inverted domestic corporation status and merger-induced novations.
- Negotiates federal commercial item contracts.
- Counsels clients on state and local government procurements, including state-level bid protests and compliance with state and local procurement ethics rules.
- Represents pro bono clients in landlord-tenant disputes and public housing benefits proceedings.
- Law Clerk, Legal Aid of North Carolina (2009).
- Honors Legal Intern, Office of General Counsel, U.S. Department of Defense (2008).
- American Bar Association (ABA), Section of Public Contract Law, State & Local Procurement Division.
- Asian Pacific American Bar Association.
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Daniel P. Graham and Nooree Lee
Winter 2014 | Public Contract Law Journal Vol. 43, No. 2
- Federal Circuit Rejects Narrow View of the Government’s Duty to Cooperate
Winter 2014 | Government Contracts Issue Update
- How Do States Safeguard Contractor Proprietary Information
Summer 2013 | The Procurement Lawyer, Vol. 48, No. 4