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George Ruttinger

George Ruttinger

George D. Ruttinger is a partner in the Government Contracts Group. Described by Washingtonian Magazine as “one of the city’s top contracts lawyers [with] a track record of obtaining summary judgments in some of the most heralded defense industry-related lawsuits,” he has represented government contracts clients in state and federal courts, arbitration proceedings, minitrials, mediations, and boards of contract appeals. George is a versatile litigator and trial lawyer who has successfully represented clients in complex antitrust litigation, mass torts cases, and international arbitration. George has lectured and written on a variety of issues, including government contract claims and disputes, teaming agreements, and alternative disputes resolution.

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Intersections of Government Contracts With Other Areas of the Law

Posted in Legal Developments
Government contractors and their counsel must not only be aware of the requirements of the FAR and other applicable statutes and regulations, but also must be attuned to situations in which government contracting intersects with other areas of law. Government contracts lawyers are periodically called upon to provide counseling or represent clients in litigation involving… Continue Reading