Moshe Broder is an associate in the firm’s Government Contracts Practice. He counsels and represents government contractors and subcontractors on a broad range of legal issues, including bid protests, disputes between prime contractors and subcontractors, and contract claims and disputes. Mr. Broder regularly prosecutes and defends bid protests before the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) and the US Court of Federal Claims (COFC) and litigates commercial disputes in state and federal courts.

Mr. Broder focuses his practice on government contracts and commercial disputes, and helps clients navigate issues across the unique government contracts landscape. He prosecutes and defends bid protests, conducts internal investigations, and represents government contractors in all stages of civil litigation. Mr. Broder has a special interest in issues at the intersection of national security and the private sector. 

Before joining Jenner & Block, Mr. Broder was an associate in the government contracts practice of another Washington, DC law firm. He was also a volunteer law clerk for the Hon. James E. Boasberg for the US District Court for the District of Columbia. During law school, Mr. Broder served as a law clerk in several US Department of Justice components, including the National Security Division, the Criminal Division, the US Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Office of the General Counsel.

Mr. Broder is a contributing author of the “Cybersecurity Risk Management Is a Corporate Responsibility” chapter in the American Bar Association’s 2019 publication The Lawyer’s Corporate Social Responsibility Deskbook. He also maintains an active pro bono practice.

Mr. Broder earned his JD from Georgetown University and his BA from Yeshiva University.