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Thomas Humphrey

Thomas Humphrey

Thomas P. Humphrey is a partner in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. He represents clients in a wide variety of government contracts matters, including bid protests, claims, False Claims Act and qui tam litigation, and investigations of potential criminal matters. Tom focuses on handling weapons systems, information technology, and health care bid protest litigation before the GAO, the Court of Federal Claims, and the Federal Circuit. He is a vice-chair of the Bid Protest Committee of the Public Contract Law Section of the American Bar Association, having previously served for several years as chair. For many years, he has been ranked by Chambers as one of the leading government contracts lawyers and among the top few bid protest counsel.

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Federal Circuit Requires Government to Indemnify Contractors for CERCLA Remediation Costs Based on “Taxes” Provision in WWII Contracts

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Last month, the Federal Circuit decided a case over 70 years in the making.  Following the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941 and full-scale U.S. entrance into World War II, the government entered into a series of contracts with oil companies to ramp up production of aviation gasoline (“avgas”) desperately needed for the war effort. … Continue Reading