Alexa has experience in a range of construction litigation, contract negotiation and government contracts matters representing general contractors and subcontractors. She assists in the preparation and defense of contract claims under private contracts as well as claims and appeals under contracts with federal, state and local governments. Alexa is also experienced in change order and request for equitable adjustment (REA) negotiations, contract and subcontract termination actions, bid protests, Small Business Administration (SBA) Office of Hearing and Appeals size appeals, bond claims and lien actions. She assists with the drafting and review of construction contracts, subcontracts, teaming agreements and mentor-protégé agreements. Alexa also regularly advises clients concerning Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) compliance matters, including the False Claims Act, the Buy American Act, the Davis Bacon Act, contractor codes of business ethics and conduct and limitations on subcontracting.

Representative Matters

  • Appeal of Columbia Construction Company, CBCA No. 3258 (Successful award of over $500,000 for a lost productivity claim against the General Services Administration on the IRS Service Center renovation project in Andover, Massachusetts).

Before Fox Rothschild

Prior to joining Fox Rothschild, Alexa was a law clerk at Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP, supporting the firm's construction law and government contracts practices.

While in law school, Alexa was a member of the Public Contract Law Journal and a founding member and officer of the National Contract Management Association, George Washington University Chapter.

Client Resources

Federal Government Contracts & Procurement Blog

Alexa contributes to the Federal Government Contracts & Procurement blog, addressing current and future issues affecting federal contractors and procurement professionals in both the Washington, D.C., area and throughout the United States.

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Honors & Awards

  • Recipient, Lawrence E. Seibel Memorial Award in Labor and Employment Law