Join the RNLA's Maryland Chapter for a reception featuring Dirk Haire, Chair of the Maryland Republican Party and Campaign Counsel for Maryland Governor Larry Hogan. Dirk will be discussing the Maryland political landscape this election year, and how you can help.
An RSVP is required to attend this event. To RSVP, please click here. For additional questions, please email RNLA Deputy Director at walker@RepublicanLawyer.net.
Ranked as one of the leading construction law attorneys with Fox Rothschild LLP, in the District of Columbia by Chambers USA, Dirk Haire has a national construction and government contracts practice focused on bid protests and claims litigation relating to federal construction.
Dirk represents clients in connection with federal bid protests and construction litigation in the Boards of Contract Appeals, the Court of Federal Claims, the General Accountability Office, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and various U.S. district courts. His practice centers on high-stakes litigation over contracts for major construction projects throughout the Unites States and all over the world, including Afghanistan, Iraq, Russia and Africa.
Dirk serves as Office Managing Partner of the Washington, DC, office and as co-chair of the firm's national Construction Law Group.
Dirk also works to help his clients avoid litigation by assisting with the resolution of issues such as constructive changes, delays, accelerations, defective work, differing site conditions and default terminations. He also offers guidance and representation in compliance matters, including past performance evaluations, defective specifications, the Buy American Act, the False Claims Act and the Miller Act.
Outside of Fox, Dirk serves as chair of the Maryland Republican Party.
A frequent speaker and author, Dirk co-founded the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Committee and serves on AGC's National Board of Directors and the National Executive Committee of AGC’s Service & Supply Council.