Nathaniel Greeson Joins Bradley's Government Contracts Practice in Washington

Press Release

Bradley is pleased to announce that Nathaniel J. Greeson has joined the firm’s Washington, D.C., office as an associate in the Government Contracts Practice Group.

Mr. Greeson represents clients in a range of government procurement issues, including bid protests, claims, disputes, audits, and investigations. He has extensive experience with Government Accounting Office (GAO) bid protests, agency-level protests, Court of Federal Claims (COFC) bid protests, and appeals before the Small Business Administration Office of Hearings and Appeals. He also is experienced with agency-level requests for equitable adjustments (REA) and claims, and Boards of Contract Appeals claims.

“We are very pleased to welcome Nathaniel as the newest member of our highly regarded team of government contracts attorneys,” said Bradley Washington, D.C., Office Managing Partner Douglas L. Patin. “With his experience in private practice, and as a government attorney with DHS/FEMA, Nathaniel brings valuable knowledge and expertise that will help our clients navigate highly complex government contracts legal matters.”

Prior to joining Bradley, Mr. Greeson was a government contracts associate at an AmLaw 100 firm in D.C., as well as senior litigation advisor for the Procurement and Fiscal Law Division of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Federal Management Agency (FEMA) Office of Chief Counsel. For the agency, he litigated bid protests before the GAO and COFC, and appeals at the CBCA. In addition, he advised FEMA on a variety of legal issues related to solicitation structures, technical evaluations, source selection decisions, debriefings, cure notices, and terminations.

Mr. Greeson received his J.D. from Vanderbilt University Law School and his Bachelor of Arts from Belmont University.

Bradley is recognized as having one of the nation’s leading government contracts practices with work that covers all aspects of federal, state and local contracting and a particular focus on bid protests and claims matters. The group’s attorneys represent contractors of all sizes, including more than 30 of the 200 largest government contractors in the United States. The firm’s government contracts work extends to a wide variety of industries that includes defense, aerospace, construction, engineering, information technology, consulting, energy, manufacturing, electronics, professional services, communications, and healthcare.