Litigation & Arbitration


Pam Reynolds is a member of the Government Contracts & Litigation Group. She assists clients in resolving complex government contract and commercial disputes. Pam regularly advises clients on a variety of issues, including contract and subcontract negotiations, bid protests, claim preparation, contract compliance, wage and hour disputes, and requirements of the United States Small Business Administration's various small business programs. Her practice also includes negotiation of teaming agreements and government subcontracts.

Pam’s litigation experience includes bid protests before the Government Accountability Office and Court of Federal Claims, contract claims before Boards of Contract Appeals, wage and hour disputes at the United States Department of Labor and size protests at the United States Small Business Administration Office of Hearing and Appeals.


Pam’s litigation record includes the following:

Lovelace Scientific and Technical Services (B-412345, 2016): Successful defense for client Battelle National Biodefense Institute against a challenge by a competitor to the award of a $480 million contract to operate and manage the Department of Homeland Security National Biodefense Analysis and Countermeasures Center. The protest alleged an organizational conflict of interest and misevaluation of technical proposals.

DV United, LLC (B-411620; B-411620.2, 2015): Successful defense against protest of award of a contract for information technology engineering support services. The protest alleged that the award to our client was tainted by an organizational conflict of interest and a misevaluation of proposals. GAO denied the protests.

Advanced Technologies and Laboratories International, Inc. (B-411658, B-411658.2, B-411658.2, 2015): Successful defense against protest of award of a $44.5 million contract for laboratory analysis and testing services at the Department of Energy Hanford Site. GAO denied the protests.

Nuclear Production Partners LLC (GAO, B-407948, 2013): Representation of LLC comprised of Babcock & Wilcox, URS, Northrop Grumman and Honeywell in successfully protesting the award of a $22.8 billion contract for the management and operation of activities at the Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, Tennessee and the Pantex Plant near Amarillo, Texas, as well as the construction of a new uranium processing facility.

EJB Facilities Services (ASBCA 57547, 2013): We represented the contractor responsible for providing base operating and support services at the Navy’s West Sound base. We were successful in appealing the Navy’s deductive change for deleted work. The Board awarded our client $810,618 plus three years of interest.

CRAssociates v. United States (US Court of Federal Claims, 2010): Representation of healthcare contractor in seven protests at GAO and lawsuit at Court of Federal Claims resulting in injunction against award by Army of $234 million contract awarded to competitor.

Savannah River Tank Closure, LLC (GAO, B-400953, 2009): Representation of special purpose LLC comprised of URS, Babcock & Wilcox, Bechtel and CH2M Hill in successfully defending award of $3.3 billion contract for remediation of liquid waste at DOE’s Savannah River site.


Georgetown University Law Center – J.D., 2005
George Washington University – B.A., 2000

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