Eric S. Crusius represents government contractors in bid protests and other litigation matters before the Court of Federal Claims, Government Accountability Office, boards of contract appeals and other federal agencies. He counsels clients on a broad range of government contract issues, including the Service Contract Act (SCA) and other labor issues, trade agreements, export controls, subcontracting and teaming agreements, and compliance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). Besides representing government contractors, Eric also represents corporations of all sizes in a variety of matters including intellectual property counseling and litigation (limited to trademark, copyright, and trade secret issues) and complex commercial litigation.
Eric has lectured to industry groups, government agencies, and the American Bar Association. Eric has appeared on NPR, Fox News and Federal News Radio to comment on topics including cybersecurity, sequestration, and strategies the Government employs when it buys products and services. Before joining Miles & Stockbridge in February 2015, Eric was a Partner with Fed Nexus Law in Vienna, Virginia.
Eric received his JD from Hofstra University School of Law and his BA from Hofstra University.
ABA Public Contract Law Section and Intellectual Property Section: Member
American Bar Association (ABA): Member
Hofstra Law School Student Bar Association: President
National Contract Management Association (NCMA): Member
NCMA’s Tysons Corner Chapter for 2014-2015: VP of Programs (2014-2015)
Professional Services Council (PSC): Member
SECAF Program Committee: Member
Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF): Member
Hofstra Law School Dean’s Scholarship
Virginia Super Lawyers® - Rising Stars Edition: Selected for inclusion in the areas of Government Contracts, Intellectual Property Litigation, Business Litigation (2012-2016)
Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers® - Rising Stars Edition: Selected for inclusion in the area of Government Contracts (2013-2016)