Cy Alba counsels clients in a broad range of government contracting matters before government agencies, and Federal courts which includes overall regulatory compliance with all of the SBA’s Small Business programs. Mr. Alba represents small and mid-sized companies looking to structure compliant teaming, joint venture, and mentor-protégé agreements. He handles the prosecution and defense of small business size and status protests and appeals before the SBA and OHA, as well as bid protests before the GAO, COFC, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Mr. Alba’s work for the firm’s federal contractor clients also includes preparation, negotiation, and prosecution of Contract Dispute Act claims, Requests for Equitable Adjustments, termination for convenience settlements, defense of suspensions and debarments, the preparation of Organizational Conflict of Interest (“OCI”) mitigation plans and counseling related to OCI issues, as well as FAR/DFARS Data Rights issues, IP licensing, copyright, and trademark issues.
Mr. Alba also counsels clients on certain ITAR compliance issues and the preparation of technical assistance agreements and/or manufacturing licensing agreements for the export of defense articles and data. He also assists clients with mergers and acquisitions, equity and corporate reorganizations, and general corporate strategy matters, as well as employment related issues and Service Contract Act matters.