Dave Yang is a partner in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, where he is a member of the government contracts and procurement policy practice group.
Businesses of all sizes look to Dave for his strategic counsel in navigating all phases of the procurement process. Drawing upon his practical knowledge of the government marketplace, Dave regularly advises clients on all critical aspects of their business, whether the subjects range from the more regular such as compliance and contract administration issues, bid protests, claims, diligence, intellectual property rights, prime-subcontractor disputes, and cost accounting matters to the more serious and unusual such as disclosures, investigations and government enforcement matters.
Dave regularly litigates on behalf of contractors before a diverse range of government forums, specializing in bid protests, where he has successfully protested and defended billions of dollars’ worth of some of the largest defense and civilian procurements before the U.S. Government Accountability Office and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. In addition to his expansive protest record, Dave has recovered millions of dollars in Contract Disputes Act claims before the boards of contract appeals and also routinely defends contractors in False Claims Act cases in federal district courts nationwide. Dave has strategically obtained dismissals of numerous FCA lawsuits through the effective and efficient use of pre-trial motions and in ultimately achieving successful resolutions for clients in such high-stakes, and oft-times “bet the company,” cases.
- Law360 Rising Star (2015)
- Law Clerk to The Honorable Mary Ellen Coster Williams, U.S. Court of Federal Claims (2004)
- Vice Chair, ABA Section of Public Contract Law, Cost and Pricing Committee
- "President Biden Targets Private Employers and Federal Employees and Contractors in His “Path Out of The Pandemic,”" Pratt’s Government Contracting Law Report, November 2021
- “Feature Comment: Don’t Overlook 889(b): The Chinese Telecom Prohibition’s Implications For Federal Grant Recipients,” The Government Contractor, 30 September 2020