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Stacey Grigsby is a stand-up trial litigator, who specializes in commercial litigation and government regulatory and contracts disputes. She has served as a principal attorney in cases before numerous courts, including presenting nine oral arguments before the U.S. Court of Appeals. When she is not arguing in the courtroom, Ms. Grigsby serves as a strategic advisor to clients on litigation matters and government and regulatory investigations.

While advising clients through complex and novel disputes, Ms. Grigsby has drawn upon her experience in private practice and in the government. Ms. Grigsby has provided advice to clients in matters involving pre- and post-award bid protests, government takings, contract disputes and claims, and investigations of alleged misconduct and fraud. She also regularly advises on or litigates matters arising under: the Contract Disputes Act (CDA), the Competition in Contracting Act (CICA), the False Claims Act (FCA), the Lanham Act, the Tucker Act, an extensive array of Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) provisions, and state unfair competition laws. Ms. Grigsby has also led complex internal investigations.

  • Successfully defended a major technology company at trial in an unfair competition action where the plaintiffs sought approximately $750 million in damages.
  • Represented the Ultimate Fighting Championship in a putative antitrust class action brought by mixed martial artists.
  • As co-lead counsel, brought suit, which led to the invalidation of New York City’s so-called cruising cap, which attempted to limit the amount of time for-hire vehicle drivers may spend driving without riders.
  • Advised and coordinated criminal and regulatory investigations for a leading technology company involving federal, state, and international regulators.
  • Successfully led defense of NASA, with co-counsel, in multibillion dollar bid protest of the contract for commercial resupply services for the International Space Station.
  • Successfully represented a major technology company in the Court of Federal Claims in a pre-award bid protest challenging the Army’s solicitation for the new phase of the Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS-A) military intelligence system.

Pro Bono

  • Principal attorney in a pro bono case for violations of a former prosecutor’s rights under the First Amendment of the United States Constitution and Maryland state law.

Memberships and Affiliations

  • Court of Federal Claims Bar Association Board of Governors (2015-present)

Previous Experience

  • U. S. Department of Justice, Counsel to the Associate Attorney General; Trial Attorney, Civil Division; Senior Trial Attorney, Civil Rights Division
  • American Lawyer's Litigation Daily, “Litigators of the Week”
  • Law360, “Rising Star”
  • Ms. Grigsby was the recipient of the Attorney General’s Award for Exceptional Service, the highest award given at the Department of Justice to any employee, and multiple performance awards.