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Jon Pomerance has joined PilieroMazza as an associate in the Firm's Government Contracts, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, False Claims Act, Cybersecurity & Data Privacy, and Claims and Appeals practice groups. Previously, he served as Assistant General Counsel to the U.S. General Services Administration's (GSA) Federal Acquisition Service (FAS). Mr. Pomerance now leverages his in-agency experience and government decision-making knowledge on behalf of PilieroMazza's government contractor and commercial business clients. "We're excited to have Jon on our team. His perspective on agency action and firsthand understanding of government procurements will further enhance the legal solutions we provide to government contractors," said Tony Franco, Chair of the Government Contracts Group.
After nine years representing the federal government, PilieroMazza is pleased to announce the addition of Justin Haselden as an associate in the Firm's Government Contracts and Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice groups. Commenting on Mr. Haselden's arrival, Practice Group Chair Tony Franco said, "Justin's in-agency experience, combined with his private practice, provides a 360-degree view of federal procurements and agency decision-making that will be invaluable to our clients. We couldn't be more pleased to have him join our team."
"I'm sure there are many manufacturers who have just seen their products become TAA-compliant overnight . . .," said Jon Williams, commenting on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit's February 10th ruling in Acetris Health, LLC v. United States. Daniel Seiden of Bloomberg Law recently featured Jon's comment in an article on the ruling, "‘Buy American' Drug Decision Opens Door to Foreign Supplies."
Stephanie K. Wood has joined PilieroMazza as Counsel in the Firm's Litigation & Dispute Resolution, False Claims Act, and Audits & Investigations groups in Washington, DC. Commenting on Ms. Wood's arrival, Practice Group Chair Matt Feinberg said, "Stephanie is an accomplished and insightful litigator who brings an added depth to our litigation and dispute resolution practice. Her breadth of experience will serve our clients well, particularly in complex litigation and investigation matters."