Howard Wolf-Rodda is a founding partner of Abrahams Wolf-Rodda, LLC, a government contracts law firm in the Washington DC metropolitan area. The practice includes traditional government contracts work and a government contracts-focused wage & hour practice (spanning the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Service Contract Act, and the Davis-Bacon Act). The firm’s clients range from small businesses to some of the nation’s largest federal contractors involved in diverse industries including defense, aerospace, IT, healthcare, energy, engineering, and construction.
Mr. Wolf-Rodda presently serves as a Co-Chair of the Subcontracting, Teaming and Strategic Alliances Committee of the ABA Section of Public Contract Law and is a contributor to the second edition of the Committee’s Guide to Service Subcontract Terms and Conditions. He also was a contributor to the Committee’s fifth edition of the Guide to Fixed-Price Supply Subcontract Terms and Conditions.
Prior to the founding of Abrahams Wolf-Rodda in 2018, and his own firm before that, Mr. Wolf-Rodda practiced over 15 years in the Washington, DC government contracts groups of two national law firms. Following his 1993 graduation from the University of Maryland School of Law, he served as a law clerk for the Honorable Diana Gribbon Motz of the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.
Mr. Wolf-Rodda is member of the bars of the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia. He also is admitted to practice in the US Courts of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and the Federal Circuit, the Court of Federal Claims and the US District Courts for the District of Columbia and Maryland. He also has appeared in numerous other federal and state courts around the country.