Cameron S. Hamrick

Cameron S. Hamrick

Cameron Hamrick focuses on government contract matters, litigation and civil fraud investigations. He counsels on a wide variety of contract matters, including procurement integrity and conflict of interest issues, drafting and negotiating contracts and subcontracts, cost accounting, defective pricing, protection of proprietary data, terminations for convenience and default, preparation of claims, and suspension and debarment. He has litigated complex contract cases before the federal district courts, the US Court of Federal Claims, federal agency boards of contract appeals and other forums, as well as bid protests before the GAO and the US Court of Federal Claims. He has substantial experience providing government contracts compliance advice and training to companies and their employees. He has lectured on government contracts, environmental remediation and construction topics. Cameron joined Mayer Brown in 2001 after practicing with another major Washington, DC, law firm.

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DoD Effectively Recognizes That Issues With Its New IR&D “Technical Interchange” Rule Are More Significant Than Previously Acknowledged

In a January 4, 2017 Memorandum, the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics (“Under Secretary”), discussed implementation of a problematic DFARS rule issued on November 4, 2016, requiring “major contractors” to engage in a “technical interchange” …

Federal Circuit Finds ASBCA had Jurisdiction over a Government Affirmative Defense of Fraud—Which the Court Also Characterized as a Defense of Prior Material Breach—and Affirmed the Board’s Grant of Summary Judgment to the Government Based on that Defense

The Federal Circuit recently affirmed the ASBCA’s grant of summary judgment to the Government based on the Government’s affirmative defense that the court described both as a defense of fraud and a defense of prior material breach. In a case …

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