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Lucas Hanback focuses his practice on all aspects of labor and employment law and government contracts.
As a law student, Mr. Hanback was a member of the Public Contract Law Journal in which he published his note “The Contingency Contracting Corps in Counterinsurgency Operations: Using Money to Effectively Fight Insurgents.
Mr. Hanback also won the Gilbert A. Cuneo Government Contracts Moot Court Competition in 2010, and chaired the competition in 2011.
Mr. Hanback previously served as an artillery officer with the United States Marine Corps and is a combat veteran of the war in Iraq. He was awarded two Navy Commendation Medals, one with the Combat “V”.
- Helped negotiate a $6 million settlement on a claim before the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals.
- Successfully challenged a contractor’s exclusion from the competitive range of a competition with the Department of Veterans Affairs.
- Successfully represented a government contractor intervening in a bid protest to defend a $95 million award with the Air Force.
- Successfully protested several successive awards of a contract by the Department of Veterans affairs that resulted in a $120 million contract award to the protester.
- Successfully represented a government contractor intervening in a bid protest to defend a $52 million award with the Navy Military Sealift Command.
- Successfully challenged the government’s denial of an applicant’s security clearance with the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals.
- Drafted multiple internal policies on topics ranging from ethics, and information security to Organizational Conflicts of Interest and grants compliance.
- Drafted human resources and wage and hour audit checklists and training packages on the Americans with Disabilities Act and sexual harassment.
- Successfully negotiated a settlement agreement in an age discrimination charge before the Maryland Commission on Civil Rights.