Jason Workmaster's Arrival at Miller & Chevalier Covered by General Counsel News
"Government Contracts Lawyer Jason Workmaster Joins Miller & Chevalier"
General Counsel News
Multiple firm lawyers were quoted regarding the arrival of Jason Workmaster at Miller & Chevalier. "I'm thrilled to be joining a group at Miller & Chevalier that includes experienced trial lawyers who have significant expertise representing government contractors," said Workmaster, joined the firm from law firm Covington & Burling LLP and previously spent more than 13 years at multinational law firm McKenna, Long & Aldridge LLP (now part of Dentons), then home to one of the world's preeminent government contracts practices. "Miller & Chevalier is known for its high quality, and as a firm that has successfully deployed its multi-disciplinary teams to assist with the full gamut of issues that contractors confront, including high-stakes internal investigations and litigation when needed."
"Jason is a creative, experienced government contracts lawyer whose broad skillset will immediately benefit our clients that engage the government across multiple fronts," said Andrew Wise, Chair of the firm's Litigation practice. "He is highly respected within the legal community and his record of success representing clients across the government contracts spectrum speaks for itself."
"Jason has developed a national reputation as a thoughtful and dedicated advocate for his clients. He is a seasoned government contracts lawyer and an accomplished practitioner in litigation, bid protests, and FCA disputes, which complements and expands our existing capabilities," said Marc Gerson, Chair of the firm's Executive Committee. "His well-rounded offering will greatly benefit our clients and we are pleased to welcome him to the firm."