Casey focuses his practice on government contracts and litigation, representing clients in all stages of litigation related to federal contracting, including case strategy, discovery, trials, and appeals. He counsels clients throughout the procurement process including solicitation review, proposal preparation, and pre and post-award bid protests. Casey also assists with day-to-day contracting issues including drafting, reviewing, and negotiating contracts and other matters of contract administration.
Casey is also a member of the firm’s Commercial Litigation Group. His experience spans all aspects of commercial litigation, including discovery, motions practice, oral arguments, and trials. He has litigated cases in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia on a range of issues, with a focus on contract disputes. Casey also has appellate experience and has presented arguments before the Virginia Supreme Court.
Before joining Cohen Seglias, Casey practiced government contracts and construction litigation at firms in the metropolitan DC area. While in law school, he was a member of the Public Contract Law Journal at the George Washington University Law School and worked as a law clerk for the United Mine Workers Health and Retirement Funds. Before attending law school, Casey was a member of the Teach for America program and taught middle school mathematics in New York City.