Doug Proxmire assists clients with litigation, mediation, arbitration, and alternative dispute resolution strategies to resolve government and construction contract disputes. He works closely with clients to draft complex contracts and manage claims arising from technology, heavy industrial, and commercial contracts. He also assists clients with bid formulation, contract negotiation, claim preparation, and bid protest management. Doug advises contractors, subcontractors, owners, and construction sureties.
Doug has extensive experience in forming, negotiating, and litigating contracts involving public works, aviation, defense, and technology. He is particularly proficient in planning around problems that could arise under mass transit, dredging, airport expansion, fresh water and waste water, architectural, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, environmental controls, historical renovation, and shipbuilding contracts. Doug represents government contractors before the Government Accountability Office (GAO) during ongoing bid protests, and helps clients litigate government, commercial, and construction-related disputes before U.S. courts.