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Hogan Lovells’ Government Contracts Lawyers Mike McGill and Pete Dungan Named Law360 Rising Stars

25 April 2014

WASHINGTON, D.C., 25 April 2014 – Hogan Lovells announced today that Mike McGill and Pete Dungan were named 2014 Government Contracts Rising Stars by legal newswire Law360. This annual feature recognizes top legal talent across the United States under the age of 40. This is the second year in a row that McGill appeared on the list.

In McGill’s Law360 profile, the author noted that he “has become a go-to for high-stakes government contracts bid protests.” The article adds that, “McGill, 37, makes difficult disputes and matters look easy. In the past year alone, he successfully handled 10 bid protests — eight as lead counsel — in addition to running a highly active client counseling practice.” The Law360 profile on McGill is available here.

The Law360 profile of Dungan notes, “The 38-year-old is one of five government contracts attorneys named a 2014 Rising Star and is the only lawyer in that group who is an associate.” It also adds that he “has begun to take a leading role in the firm's representation of Lockheed Martin Corp. and Fluor Corp. in high-stakes bid protests and other legal work.” Dungan’s Law360 profile is found here.

Law360 received more than 1,000 submissions for its Rising Stars series this year. Winners were selected based on the strength of their accomplishments in their respective practice groups thus far in their careers.

 
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