Mona is an associate in the firm’s Government Contracts and Privacy & Cybersecurity groups. She focuses her practice on all aspects of government contracts law and litigation, as well as dealing with grants and co-operative agreements. Mona counsels government contractors on a broad range of legal issues related to bid protests, contract claims and disputes, compliance issues, performance and termination disputes, False Claims Act (FCA) matters, and traditional contract disputes, including disputes between prime contractors and subcontractors. She also advises clients on complex national and international privacy and information security issues. Mona’s understanding, responsiveness, and depth of analysis and assessment brings value to all her client work and other projects.
Prior to joining Thompson Hine, Mona was a legal extern at the U.S. Department of State and at the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. She earned her J.D. from American University Washington College of Law, where she served as the executive editor of the American University International Law Review.
- “GAO Bid Protest Effectiveness Rate Remains 44% for Fiscal Year 2019,” Thompson Hine Government Contracts Update, November 2019
- "California’s New Data Privacy Law Coming into Focus," Thompson Hine Privacy & Cybersecurity Update, October 2019
- "Nevada's 'Opt-Out' Privacy Law and the Future of Data Protection," Thompson Hine Privacy & Cybersecurity Update, October 2019
- “California’s New Privacy Law: Recent Amendments and Approaching Compliance Deadlines,” Thompson Hine Privacy & Cybersecurity Update, September 2019
- “Applying EU Guidance on Real-Time Bidding Beyond the GDPR,” Thompson Hine Business Law Update, Summer 2019
- “Applying EU Guidance on Real-Time Bidding Beyond the GDPR,” Thompson Hine Privacy & Cybersecurity Update, July 2019
- “Washington’s New Data Breach Law Follows Enhanced Privacy Protection Trends,” Thompson Hine Privacy & Cybersecurity Update, May 2019
- “Make “Buy American” Great Again: Does Trump’s New Executive Order Hit the Mark?” Thompson Hine Government Contracts & International Trade Update, February 2019
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