Erik Coon represents clients in construction law and litigation matters, particularly in government contract bid protests, claims, and other procurement issues. Working within the federal jurisdiction, Erik advises contractors, subcontractors, construction managers, architects, and engineers located throughout the United States.

His practice places him at the crossroads of business and government – a position where his experience and knowledge base serve his clients well. Erik has gained a deep understanding of the crucial role that government contracts play in the financial health of many companies; some would likely face insolvency or bankruptcy if they failed to win a particular contract or if they lost a bid protest. Making it a priority to closely monitor the ever-evolving regulatory framework that governs the government contracts arena, he always stays abreast of trends and developments in the procurement field.

Before joining Bradley, Erik was a government contracts attorney at another nationally recognized construction firm. He has worked on claims before the ASBCA, CBCA, COFC, as well as more than 10 bid protests before the GAO.