David Rose has an extensive background in all types of contracts and business transactions. He is experienced in federal contracts, construction law, environmental, international and business law.
He is an experienced litigator in the federal courts and his firm litigates in all courts both state, local and federal. He is an excellent advisor to small businesses with regard to business formations (Corporations, LLCs, and Partnerships), drafting of By-laws and operating agreements that meet small business requirements, buy sell agreements, teaming, joint ventures, mergers, acquisitions, novation agreements, protests, claims requests for equitable adjustment, contracts and subcontracts, cost and pricing, mediation, arbitration and employment law issues.
He is also well versed in the requirements to form a mentor protégé, qualify as a disadvantaged or 8(a) business, Alaskan, Hawaiian and Native American law, women owned, HUBZone, Veteran Owned, and Women Owned small business issues.
David holds multiple degrees in science (chemistry) and mathematics as well as several law degrees, both a Juris doctorate and LL.M.degrees in Environmental Law and Federal Contracts Law from the National Law Center at The George Washington University.
He is active in the State Bar of Georgia, US Court of Federal Claims, US Tax Court, the various Boards of Contract Appeals, Fulton County Bar Association, the Society of American Military Engineers, the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Judge Advocates Association and the National Contract Management Association.
He currently holds the active rank of Lt Col in the United States Air Force Reserves and the position of Deputy Staff Judge Advocate (Cat A) to the Headquarters, United States Air Force Reserves where he is one of the primary legal advisors to the Commanding Officer of the Air Force Reserves, Lt General Jackson.