Luke Meier is a seasoned litigator and counselor with wide-ranging experience in government procurement law. He represents contractors in contract disputes and claims, bid protests, and False Claims Act litigation.
He has extensive experience in contracts with the Department of Energy, and has managed a variety of matters for contractors across the DOE complex—including responses to audits, whistleblower complaints, and Civil Investigative Demands; cost allowability disputes; claims; bid protests; and prime/subcontractor disputes—at sites including Hanford, Oak Ridge, Savannah River, the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, and several National Laboratories. Luke has deep familiarity with the legal services requirements of 10 C.F.R. 719 and issues unique to M&O contractors.
Luke has managed the response to numerous DCAA and IG audits, and has successfully defended several government contractors from allegations of fraudulent mischarging. Luke’s regulatory compliance counseling includes advice regarding the Buy American and Trade Agreements Acts, GSA schedule contracting, and ethics and internal controls requirements. His litigation experience includes complex commercial disputes in federal court and scores of bid protests before the Government Accountability Office and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.
Prior to law school, Luke worked for a major defense contractor as an on-site consultant at the Department of Homeland Security’s Office for Domestic Preparedness.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Luke W. Meier