Steven Campbell is a senior associate in the firm’s Construction & Government Contracts Group. Mr. Campbell focuses his practice on the representation of contractors and owners in litigating construction and government contracts-related disputes. He also routinely advises government contractors on the negotiation of and compliance with government contracts. Mr. Campbell has substantial experience in representing government contractors facing government investigations and procurement protests before federal, state and municipal bodies.
Mr. Campbell received his J.D., magna cum laude, from the University of Tennessee, where he served as editor of the Tennessee Law Review. While in law school, Mr. Campbell held a judicial externship with the Knoxville Criminal Court and served as a student attorney in the UT Legal Clinic. Mr. Campbell received his B.A., cum laude, in 2004 from Millsaps College, where he majored in philosophy and religious studies.
- Successfully defended a major information technology company’s award of three contracts totaling $20 million in a state bid protest action before the Florida Division of Administrative Hearings.
- Obtained dismissal of a deceptive trade practices claim on behalf of a global materials supplier.
- Successfully represented a Canadian controls engineer in arbitration in Bilbao, Spain under the rules of the Bilbao Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Shipping in a breach of contract dispute with a Spanish general contractor.
- Obtained full recovery for owner, plus attorneys’ fees, in a breach of contract action against a general contractor concerning a retail development in Warner Robins, Georgia.
- Represented a leading construction equipment supplier in the protest of a Virginia Department of Transportation award of a $25 million contract, resulting in a reversal of the original award and a new award of the contract to the client.
- Represented a national health insurer/administrator in litigation concerning the procurement of a multibillion dollar set of state employee health benefits contracts.
- Represented a major defense contractor in subpoenas for documents arising out of IT services and products subcontracts.
- Represented a national builder in a class action lawsuit concerning water intrusion damages at a condominium complex in South Carolina.
- Counsel to a protestor before the GAO regarding the award of a multimillion dollar land acquisition and development contract by the General Services Administration, resulting in the award being overturned and solicitation reissued.
- Represented a contractor in a voluntary disclosure and subsequent Inspector General investigation.
- Represented a Fortune 100 company in claims arising from a multimillion dollar office space renovation project in Ft. Worth, Texas.
- Counsel to a NASDAQ company in federal government investigations regarding a contractor’s compliance with procurement regulations.
- Frequently advises clients on compliance with domestic source requirements under the Buy American Act, Trade Agreements Act, ARRA and federally funded transportation grant programs.
"Proposed Reporting Rule On Counterfeit Items Adds Burden to Contractors," National Defense Magazine, December 1, 2014.
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October 3, 2014
3 September 2010
"GSA's IT Schedule 70: How to make it worth hte effort," Westlaw Journal / Government Contract, Vol. 24, Issue , September 3, 2010.
September 3, 2010