More Clients That We’ve Served

By | December 15, 2017

Representation of Adtranz. Our qualified represented Adtranz, the former Westinghouse Transportation Systems company now owned by DaimlerChrysler, in protesting and successfully litigating the award of a $150 million contract for the automated light rail system at San Francisco International Airport. After guiding Adtranz through the administrative protest process in front of the San Francisco Airport Commission, Our qualified sued the Commission and the City and County of San Francisco in Superior Court to overturn the Commission’s award to another bidder. In a ruling that was widely reported by the media as having a far-reaching impact on how California agencies award contracts, the Court overturned the Commission’s award. When Adtranz came in as the low bidder on the subsequent rebid, Our qualified successfully defended Adtranz’s bid from a protest filed by the original low bidder, and successfully defended the City’s appeal of the trial court’s decision overturning the initial award.

  • Representation of Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Marine Division. Our qualified represented Westinghouse Electric Corporation’s Marine Division (now part of Northrop Grumman) regarding claims totaling approximately $100 million arising from the government’s convenience terminations of the next generation of propulsion equipment for the United States Navy’s newest lines of “Sea Wolf” and “Los Angeles” class nuclear attack submarine
  • Representation of T.Y. Lin International. Our qualified has counseled the international structural design engineering firm, T.Y. Lin International, with regard to many of its projects including the design of the seismic retrofit of the Golden Gate Bridge and the design of the new eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. Our lawyers have drafted and negotiated contracts for the client, and advised on risk management issues including insurance strategies.
  • Representation of a New Jersey back pain specialist

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