David is a government contracts attorney in Husch Blackwell's Technology, Manufacturing
& Transportation practice group, with a special focus on the rules and policies governing U.S. Postal Service (USPS) contracts. He regularly advises clients on a wide variety of issues arising under federal contracts, including selection and award, protests and disagreements, contract administration, interpretation, subcontracting, compliance, changes, equitable adjustments, claims and disputes, false claims, investigations, due diligence, audits, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, termination, and debarment. He also serves as counsel to the National Star Route Mail Contractors Association (NSRMCA), for which he writes a monthly column on postal contracting.
Additionally, David litigates claims, protests, and other matters before various U.S. district courts, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, the Postal Service Board of Contract Appeals (PSBCA), the USPS Supplier Disagreement Resolution Official (SDRO), and other tribunals. David frequently represents contractors in government investigations and False Claims Act litigation. His clients range from Fortune 50 corporations to sole proprietorships.
David began his legal practice in 1982 as an honors attorney in the Office of Contracts and Property Law at USPS headquarters. For six years he advised postal officials on procurement matters, litigated contract claims, and handled agency protests.
In private practice, recognizing how vastly the Postal Service's procurement environment differed from those of other federal agencies, David developed and presented a variety of seminars on postal contracting. More than 1,000 contractors have attended these seminars. Since 2001, David has annually compiled and published a list of the Postal Service's top suppliers. Recognized as an authority on postal contracting, he is frequently sought-after by the media to comment on postal procurement topics.