Paul Debolt assists government contractors of all sizes on issues arising from conducting business with the federal government, including civil fraud. Paul has deep experience tackling competitive source selection problems, defending and prosecuting bid protests, advising on government regulatory disputes, and addressing performance and termination-related claims. He conducts due diligence in connection with the merger and acquisition of government contractors, and manages novations and other post-transactional matters.
Paul’s team-based approach ensures that his clients benefit from the firm’s strengths when addressing all areas pertaining to their federal contracts. He supplies recommendations concerning compliance with government regulations and laws, and steers contractors through controversies arising under the Service Contract Act (SCA), the civil False Claims Act (FCA), joint ventures and teaming agreements, and prime-subcontractor disputes. Clients appreciate Paul’s in-depth knowledge about the government bid solicitation process and his approaches to satisfying pertinent federal data security standards.
Paul previously served as a captain in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps for five years before joining the firm.