WASHINGTON, D.C.— After recently adding Alan Enslen and John Scannapieco to the firm, Womble Bond Dickinson has added a third new Global Business partner in Josh Mullen, who focuses his practice on government contracts.
Mullen guides companies in winning and complying with the terms of state and federal contracts, as well as in related compliance matters. His experience includes representing government contractors with company formation and structure decisions to ensure compliance with SBA and FAR regulations, government contract bid preparation, contract drafting and negotiation, bid protests, SBA size protests, contract management and compliance, contract disputes, and internal investigations, including the navigation of FAR mandatory disclosure obligations. In addition to years of private practice, his experience includes serving as a Legislative Assistant to a U.S. Congressman, focusing his work on energy and healthcare policy.
His practice also includes advising companies in complex commercial litigation.
Mullen currently serves as a Vice-Chair of the Small Business & Other Socioeconomic Programs Committee in the ABA’s Public Contract Law Section. He is a frequent writer and speaker on government contracting topics.
“With Alan, John and now Josh joining our already accomplished Global Business team, we have the bench strength and experience to help clients with their most sophisticated cross-border business and government contracting issues. We continue to grow and we are pleased to have Josh, as well as Alan and John, on our team,” said Jamie Francis, Leader of Womble Bond Dickinson’s Corporate & Securities Practice Group.
In addition to Mullen’s work in the government contracting field, the team guides clients in a full range of global business and international trade strategies, foreign direct investment, cross-border transactions, and global trade dispute resolution, as well as regulatory compliance and government investigations relating to international trade.
Mullen joins Womble Bond Dickinson from Baker Donelson, where he was a shareholder.