Mr. Hargreaves is an associate attorney with the Federal Practice Group. His practice focuses on government contracts and civil litigation. In this role Mr. Hargreaves counsels and represents government contractors in solicitation reviews, bid protests, terminations, constructive change claims, multiple award schedule contracts, suspension and debarment proceedings, mandatory disclosures, alternative dispute resolution, base debarments, False Claims Act (FCA) action, and other issues under the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Contract Disputes Act (CDA).
Prior to joining the Federal Practice Group as an associate attorney, Mr. Hargreaves served as a law clerk for FPG while attending law school. He also served as a legal intern in the chambers of the Honorable Marian Blank Horn at the United States Court of Federal Claims.
Mr. Hargreaves is a graduate of Virginia Tech and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies, with a focus in World Politics, and a Bachelor of Arts in German. He received his Juris Doctor, with a concentration in Government Procurement, from the George Washington University Law School.
- J.D., The George Washington University Law School
- B.A. International Studies, Virginia Tech
- B.A. German, Virginia Tech
“Hatching a Plan: Filling the Enforcement Gap in the Hatch Act and the Extraordinary Case of Kellyanne Conway,” published in the Spring 2021 volume of the UC Davis Business Law Journal.
“Understanding the Standards of Bid Protest Standing,” which examines the protest standing requirements of the United States in an international context, and features profiles on the bid protest standing requirements of over 100 countries. Upcoming article in the Public Contract Law Journal.