Peter Hutt advises clients on a broad range of federal government contract and grant matters, and also represents clients in False Claims Act and fraud litigation. He has testified before Congress concerning proposed amendments to the False Claims Act.
Mr. Hutt represents clients in the full range of contract and grant matters, including contract formation, contract disputes and claims, terminations, cost allowability and allocability issues, contract financing issues, price reduction issues, subcontracting, compliance issues, and small business issues. He has litigated significant contract matters in the Court of Federal Claims and the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals.
Mr. Hutt has litigated more than 20 qui tam matters brought under the False Claims Act, including matters alleging Iraqi procurement fraud, cost misallocation, quality assurance deficiencies, substandard products, defective pricing, health care fraud, and false certifications. He has conducted numerous internal investigations and frequently advises clients on whether to make disclosures of potential wrongdoing.