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Shaun Kennedy Named to the Colorado Space Business Roundtable Advisory Board

Holland & Hart attorney Shaun Kennedy, of counsel and leader of the firm’s government contracts practice in Denver, has been selected to serve as a member of the Colorado Space Business Roundtable (CSBR) Advisory Board. The CSBR is a 501(C)(6), nonprofit corporation promoting the growth of space and space-related industries in Colorado. Shaun joins a select group of eight Advisory Board members from various organizations with extensive experience in the aerospace industry.

As a member of the Advisory Board, Shaun will provide insight and experience to guide CSBR operational activities. CSBR brings together aerospace stakeholders by providing forums for the presentation and exchange of vital business-building information; supporting educational initiatives for Colorado high tech employment needs; helping attract more space related businesses to Colorado, facilitating the growth of organizations in the industry; and sponsoring programs and seminars on related subjects to advance growth of Colorado aerospace.

In his practice, Shaun brings broad expertise in all aspects of federal and state government contracts matters, guiding clients in general counseling, complex internal investigations, and representation in high-stakes bid protests and claims litigation. Throughout his career, Shaun has frequently represented aerospace companies, including commercial launch providers, instrument, sensor and spacecraft manufacturers, and mission support contractors.


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