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September 5, 2023

Shaun Kennedy Appointed to ABA Public Contract Law Section Committee Leadership

Holland & Hart is pleased to announce that Shaun Kennedy, a government contracts partner in the firm’s Denver and Washington, DC offices, has been appointed to leadership roles in the American Bar Association (ABA) Public Contract Law Section for the 2023-2024 term, effective August 24. Shaun was appointed vice-chair for the section’s Bid Protests and Subcontracting, Teaming, and Supply Chain committees.

The ABA Section of Public Contract Law serves to provide balanced recommendations on procurement policy, provide a forum to engage with colleagues across all segments of the procurement industry, and gain insight into and develop unique perspectives of federal, state, and local public contract law. The section has 21 committees, which focus on all aspects of federal, state, and local procurement law, including construction, services, and international.

Shaun is a trusted advisor to clients in high-stakes bid protests and claims litigation, complex internal investigations, and general government contracts counseling. His depth of expertise includes advising clients in transactional matters, including contract negotiations, mergers & acquisitions, and government audits. Shaun also has extensive experience conducting complex internal investigations and representing clients under investigation by various federal law enforcement agencies.

Shaun serves as leader of the firm’s Government Contracts practice group and co-leader of the firm’s Aerospace and Defense industry group. He also serves on the Colorado Space Business Roundtable Advisory Board.


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