Hartmann Young

Partner, Perkins Coie

Hartmann Young is a partner in Perkins Coie LLP's Government Contracts practice. He provides a variety of legal services to aerospace, defense and security contractors, spanning from litigation to investigations to counseling. In the litigation context, Hartmann focuses on government contracts litigation, including subcontractor disputes, False Claims Act cases, and intellectual property litigation in the Court of Federal Claims. He also provides representation in bid protest cases, suspension and debarment matters, and in connection with claims preparation. 

Hartmann’s investigation work includes internal investigations into alleged faulty manufacturing practices, supply chain issues, cost reporting issues, and procurement integrity issues, as well as determining whether mandatory disclosures are required. He also assists companies in responding to congressional and other government investigations. 

In the counseling arena, Hartmann provides a broad range of compliance counseling, and provides advice concerning technical data rights, cybersecurity, and anti-corruption. In addition, he advises on the cross-border and security issues involved when foreign companies attempt to enter the U.S. defense market. 

Hartmann is the immediate past chair of the Aerospace and Defense Industries Committee of the ABA's Section of International Law, and he serves as vice chair of the Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Protection Committee of the ABA's Section of Public Contract Law.  He also serves on the Section of Public Contract Law’s Counterfeit Parts Task Force.

  • George Mason University School of Law, J.D., 1996

  • College of William & Mary, B.A., International Relations, 1990

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