WASHINGTON, Sept. 1 — The National Law Journal has named King & Spalding partner Steve Cave to its 2020 D.C. Trailblazers list.
The National Law Journal recognized Cave, whose practice focuses on government contracting, for steering more than 150 clients through coronavirus pandemic-related matters, including navigating state shutdown orders so their necessary supplies could be produced and helping them take advantage of government stimulus programs.
The NLJ’s Trailblazers list recognizes D.C.-area lawyers who “have made significant marks on the practice, policy and technological advancement of their practice,” according to the publication.
Cave represents a wide variety of government contractors including those specializing in defense, consulting and information technology. His focus is on government contract counseling and compliance, and transactional support. Cave has led numerous internal investigations and served as primary counsel during mergers and acquisitions involving government contractors.
To view the full D.C. Trailblazers list, including Cave’s profile, click here.
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