8300 Greensboro Drive
McLean, Virginia 22102
Daniel's practice encompasses all areas of government contracting, with a focus on matters of compliance, investigations, disclosure obligations, transactional due diligence, and bid protest litigation. He assists clients of all sizes in manning complex government regulatory requirements in the areas of schedule contracting, cybersecurity, the supply chain, and domestic preferences. He also advises clients on contract formation and administration.
Prior to joining Berenzweig Leonard, Daniel gained insight into the industry while interning with in-house counsel for a major defense contractor. In his role, he supported the business by assisting with matters of compliance, ethics, and litigation. Also during law school, Daniel was a judicial intern with the Fairfax County Circuit Court and participated in Berenzweig Leonard's Law Clerk program.
PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
- "Non-Traditional Government Contracts - Necessary for Innovation, or Necessary Because FAR Contracting is Too Hard?" Federal Procurement Institute (March 15, 2019)
- Annejanette Heckman Pickens and Daniel Alvarado, Other Transaction Agreements: An Analysis of the GAO's Recent Oracle Decision and Its Potential Impact on the Use of OTAs, The Procurement Lawyer, Fall, 2018
- American Bar Association, Section of Public Contract Law, Vice-Chair, Young Lawyers Committee
- Government Contracts
- Business Litigation
- Cybersecurity Law
- George Mason School of Law, J.D., 2019
- University of Virginia, B.A., 2015
BAR & COURT ADMISSIONS