Victoria Eatherton is an Associate with the Federal Practice Group. Her practice focuses on government contracts and civil litigation. In this role Ms. Eatherton 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, Ms. Eatherton served as an Associate for a Maryland based law firm where she focused on Plaintiff’s litigation.
Ms. Eatherton’s other experience includes serving as a law clerk for the Mid Atlantic Innocence Project where she investigated felony criminal cases, conducted interviews, and assisted with appellate review. She also spent two years at the United States Department of Defense in the office of Inspector General where she assisted in the litigated matters before the EEOC and Merit Systems Production Board.
Ms. Eatherton received her Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science from Villanova University, where she graduated magna cum laude in 2015. She received her Juris Doctor from The George Washington University Law School in 2018. During law school, Ms. Eatherton was an active participant on the Public Contract Law Journal, where she published a federal contracting article on derivative sovereign immunity.