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Andrew Guy
Washington +1 202 662 5902 Download V-card

Andrew Guy is an associate in the firm’s Washington, DC office. He is a member of the Government Contracts practice group.

Mr. Guy advises clients across a broad range of government contracting issues, including advising clients in transactional matters involving government contractors and assisting contractors in bid protests and civil litigation.

Before joining the firm, Mr. Guy clerked for the Honorable Kenneth F. Ripple of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.

  • Successfully represented government contractors in bid protests before the United States Government Accountability Office.
  • Advised government contractors regarding various requests for proposals from state and local agencies.
  • Conducted internal investigations of government contractors, addressing a variety of issues relating to government contracts and regulations.
  • Represented defense contractors and private equity firms in the sale and acquisition of government contractors and assets, involving issues relating to compliance concerns, novation, subcontracting, and government reimbursement of costs.

Pro Bono

  • Successfully secured release of client seeking deferral of removal under the Convention Against Torture in proceedings before the Arlington Immigration Court.
  • Filed amicus briefs on behalf of interfaith coalition in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, challenging the constitutionality of Executive Order 13780, more commonly known as the “travel ban.”
  • Representing Alabama death row inmate appealing the dismissal of his post-conviction petition challenging his conviction and death sentence, achieving a grant of certiorari by the Alabama Supreme Court.