Fried Frank Grows Government Contracts Practice, Welcomes Alexander B. Ginsberg as Partner
News releases | March 30, 2022
Ginsberg specializes in government contracts litigation, compliance, investigations and transactions. At Fried Frank, he will counsel clients in all areas of government contracts law, including bid protests, contract disputes, enforcement defense, small business issues, cost accounting, compliance efforts and M&A involving government contractors. Ginsberg is recognized by Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business in Government Contracts, where he has been described by clients as “a great lawyer, able to counsel clients on unique issues."
"We are pleased to welcome Alex to our growing Litigation Department and established and well-regarded Government Contracts Practice," said David J. Greenwald, Chairman of Fried Frank. "Given the high demand from our clients in the government contracts space, we are committed to the growth of our practice. Alex’s wealth of knowledge in government contracts counseling, litigation and bid protests, and in particular his significant experience advising clients in complex global matters and high-profile deals, will enhance the service we can provide to our clients.”
“Alex is a brilliant government contracts lawyer,” said James D. Wareham, chair of the firm's Litigation Department. “His depth of experience and knowledge will be invaluable as we grow our Government Contracts Practice, and we are delighted to have him join our team.”
Prior to joining Fried Frank, Ginsberg was a partner at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman in its government contracts and disputes practice, where he also served as chair of the firm’s bid protest team. He received his JD from University of Chicago Law School and his BA, cum laude, from Harvard University. Additionally, Ginsberg currently serves as a vice-chair of the American Bar Association’s Bid Protest and Small Business Committees.
Fried Frank’s Government Contracts Practice navigates clients through the complex maze of laws and regulations at each stage of the government contracting process, from solicitation, award, performance and termination to post-performance liabilities. The firm handles a diverse array of high-profile matters for some of the leading aircraft, satellite, electronics, information technology, intelligence and technical services companies, both domestically and internationally, regularly advising government contractors and subcontractors beyond the "four corners" of individual contracts.
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