James Regan is a partner representing clients in a wide variety of government contract matters, including compliance reviews, bid protest, multiple award schedule issues, civil fraud actions, claims preparation, and disputes litigation. Jim formerly served as the chief counsel of the General Services Administration Board of Contract Appeals and was the chief fact finding official for the GSA Debarment and Suspension Board. Jim has been significantly involved in responding to inspector general and GAO audits regarding services and product sectors.
Jim is a recognized authority in procurement litigation before the courts and specialized federal and state administrative tribunals. Jim is also a member of the firm's privacy group which has assisted a large number of companies in the adoption and implementation of regional and global compliance programmes. He also serves as a liason with the firm's London and Brussels offices and is working with a core group of lawyers in developing business in the Middle East/North Africa region.
Jim serves on the firm's Management Board. He is also a frequent lecturer and author on federal procurement topics and is active in professional organizations involved with federal procurement issues. Jim has taught the Federal Publications Course on GSA/VA Schedule contracting for many years. He has served as the vice chairman of the Bid Protest Committee of the Public Contract Law Section of the American Bar Association.
Jim received his undergraduate degree magna cum laude from Georgetown University and his law degree from Georgetown University Law Center.