Micah T. Zomer is an associate and a business lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP. As a member of the Government & Public Policy Practice, Micah focuses his practice on issues related to government procurement.
Micah counsels clients during the solicitation and proposal phases of government contracts by identifying and mitigating against potential risks. He assists government prime contractors and subcontractors in drafting, reviewing, and negotiating government contracts to best protect clients’ interests. He also drafts supplier terms and conditions that contain clauses required by the client’s government prime contract or higher-tiered subcontract, as well as clauses that promote the client’s business objectives.
Micah's practice includes work in government contracts litigation. Specifically, he assists clients in drafting pre-award and post-award bid protests before GAO and the Court of Federal Claims.
Micah also counsels clients faced with government contract compliance issues by, inter alia, helping conduct internal investigations, representing clients during government investigations, and advising contractors regarding avoiding suspension and debarment.
Prior to joining the firm, Micah worked with Law Resources in Washington, D.C. and in addition, he was a legislative assistant and deputy press secretary for Congressman Frank Lucas in the U.S. House of Representatives. He advised the Congressman on issues as diverse as homeland security, immigration, labor, Native American affairs, and government operations and met with constituent groups on his behalf.