Five Gibson Dunn Attorneys Named Among Washingtonian Magazine’s 2018 Top Lawyers

November 29, 2018

Washingtonian magazine named five DC partners to its 2018 Top Lawyers, featuring “[t]he area’s star legal talent” in their respective practice areas:

  • Karen Manos was named a Top Lawyer in Government Contracts – Karen is Chair of the firm’s Government Contracts Practice Group.  She has nearly 30 years’ experience on a broad range of government contracts issues, including civil and criminal fraud investigations and litigation, complex claims preparation and litigation, bid protests, qui tam suits under the False Claims Act, defective pricing, cost allowability, the Cost Accounting Standards, and corporate compliance programs
  • Eugene Scalia was named a Top Lawyer in Employment Defense – Co-Chair of the Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Group, Gene has a national practice handling a broad range of labor, employment, appellate, and regulatory matters. His success bringing legal challenges to federal agency actions has been widely reported in the legal and business press
  • Jason Schwartz was recognized as a Top Lawyer in Employment Defense – Jason’s practice includes sensitive workplace investigations, high-profile trade secret and non-compete matters, wage-hour and discrimination class actions, Sarbanes-Oxley and other whistleblower protection claims, executive and other significant employment disputes, labor union controversies, and workplace safety litigation
  • F. Joseph Warin is a Top Lawyer in Criminal Defense, White Collar – Co-chair of the firm’s global White Collar Defense and Investigations Practice Group. His practice includes complex civil litigation, white collar crime, and regulatory and securities enforcement – including Foreign Corrupt Practices Act investigations, False Claims Act cases, special committee representations, compliance counseling and class action civil litigation
  • Joseph West was named a Top Lawyer in Government Contracts – Joe concentrates his practice on contract counseling, compliance/enforcement, and dispute resolution.  He has represented both contractors and government agencies, and has been involved in cases before various United States Courts of Appeals and District Courts, the United States Court of Federal Claims, numerous Federal Government Boards of Contract Appeals, and both the United States Government Accountability Office and Small Business Administration

The list was published in the December 2018 issue.