Travis L. Mullaney
Travis has nearly ten years of experience assisting clients with a broad spectrum of matters arising throughout the government contracts lifecycle.
Travis helps clients take their contracts from start to finish by advising on teaming arrangements, pursuing and defending bid protests, leading subcontract negotiations, investigating and advising on compliance issues (intellectual property, small business, cybersecurity, conflicts of interest, labor issues, suspension and debarment matters), litigating contract claims and disputes, and conducting due diligence for corporate mergers and acquisition (M&A) and other transactions.
Travis regularly handles bid protests before agencies, the Government Accountability Office (GAO), and the US Court of Federal Claims (COFC).
Travis has worked on numerous internal investigations and suspension and debarment matters for both large and small contractors, including high profile matters involving a major aerospace contractor.
Travis has litigated and/or resolved numerous claims and terminations before Contracting Officers, the Civilian and Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals, and the COFC.
Travis regularly advises on corporate transactions involving government contractors, including reviewing purchase agreement terms and conditions, conducting diligence, preparing disclosure schedules, drafting consent letters, and preparing novation packages.
Travis has represented clients of all sizes from small IT consulting shops to multi-billion dollar defense contractors. His diverse practice has included clients from the technology, defense, construction, energy, and aerospace industries.
Travis has spent his entire career providing high quality representation to clients of major law firms. Immediately prior to joining Arent Fox, Travis served as a Counsel in the Government Contracts group of a large, full-service, international law firm. Travis has also worked as an Associate and Legal Assistant at other law firms specializing in construction and energy law.
Travis is a member of the American Bar Association, Public Contract Law section and regularly volunteers with the ABA Military Pro Bono Project.