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Mr. Terenzio advises contractors across a broad range of different issues. His practice includes bid protests, contract claims and disputes, regulatory counseling, and internal investigations.

Before joining the firm, Mr. Terenzio clerked for Chief Judge Susan G. Braden of the Court of Federal Claims.

  • Advised government contractor with regards to termination for default, ultimately resulting in conversion to termination for convenience.
  • Prepared requests for equitable adjustment (“REAs”) and contract claims for multiple government contractors, some of which involved issues relating to COVID-19.
  • Advised government contractors regarding compliance with federal laws and regulations, including, for example, the Davis-Bacon Act and Service Contract Act.
  • Conducted internal investigations at government contractors, addressing a variety of issues related to federal law and regulation, including, for example, the False Claims Act.
  • Brought and defended numerous bid protests before Government Accountability Office.
  • Brought and defended multiple state-level bid protests before state adjudicatory bodies, including state courts.