Jason Moy

Jason Moy

Of Counsel

Jason Moy’s practice is focused on bid protests, government contracts, military law, and commercial litigation.

Bid Protests: Jason protests and intervenes on behalf of large and small businesses before the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), and other forums. These protests cover a broad spectrum of military and civilian procurements, including those related to the defense, aerospace, healthcare, IT, natural resources, and professional services industries.

Government Contracts: As a government contracts attorney, Jason handles all aspects of government contract matters to include: solicitation reviews, joint venture and teaming agreements, prime/subcontractor disputes, terminations, constructive change claims, equitable adjustments, cost accounting, multiple award schedule contracts, suspension and debarment proceedings, mandatory disclosures, alternative dispute resolution, and other issues under the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Contract Disputes Act (CDA). Jason counsels and assists small businesses in ensuring they meet requirements under the Small Business Administration (SBA) for SBA set asides including service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses, 8(a), and women-owned small businesses. Further, Jason’s deep understanding of government investigations allows him to advise clients on internal investigations and government investigations alleging fraud, False Claims Act, the Procurement Integrity Act, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and in responding to Department of Justice, congressional, Government Accountability Office (GAO) and Inspector General (IG) subpoenas and investigations.

Military Law: Jason is an experienced military law attorney and assists clients with military command investigations, IG investigations, military law enforcement investigations (CID, OSI, NCIS), law enforcement titling decisions, adverse administrative actions (reprimands, non-judicial punishment, etc.), adverse evaluation or performance review appeals, security clearance appeals, denial or revocation of promotion, administrative separation boards and boards of inquiry (BOI), discharge review boards (DRB), MEB/PEB review, boards for correction of military (or Naval) records (BCMR / BCNR), Physical Disability Review Board (PDRB), case evaluation and consultation, and select court-martial litigation and appeals. Jason also represents veterans appealing military record corrections issues to the Court of Federal Claims.

Commercial Litigation: In his commercial litigation role, he represents, advises and counsels businesses of all sizes in all matters of litigation, business formation, contract disputes, and alternative dispute resolution.

Notable Prior Experience: Prior to joining Cordatis, LLP, Jason served as a Judge Advocate in the United States Army for over 13 years where he excelled as a complex litigation attorney, prosecutor, and defense attorney. Jason served as General Counsel and Assistant General Counsel in various Special Forces commands. Jason deployed to Afghanistan twice in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Jason left active duty as a Complex Litigation Attorney and prosecuted several demanding cases including a capital murder trial.

US Army Reserve: Jason is a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve where he serves as an Adjunct Professor of Contract and Fiscal Law at the Judge Advocate Legal Center and School on the University of Virginia Campus in Charlottesville, VA.

Military Awards: Bronze Star Medal; Meritorious Service Medal, 3rd award; Army Commendation Medal, 5th award; Army Achievement Medal, 3rd award; Good Conduct Medal; National Defense Service Medal; Afghanistan Campaign Medal, with 3 stars; Senior Jumpmaster Badge.


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Updated requirements for Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI)

Client Alert: On May 14, 2024, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released updated standards for protecting CUI. Please click the link to learn more.
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Cordatis protest win snatches victory from the jaws of defeat

A Cordatis team consisting of Daniel Strouse, Pablo Nichols, John O'Brien, Jason Moy, and Rhina Cardenal recently won a post-award protest on behalf of our client ITillity, LLC.
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Cordatis wins GAO bid protest for Deloitte Consulting, LLP

A Cordatis team consisting of David Cohen, John O'Brien, Pablo Nichols, and Jason Moy recently won a post-award GAO protest Deloitte Consulting.  
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Afghan Company Says Taliban Takeover Doesn’t Stop Contract Case

A Cordatis team consisting of Norah Molnar, Josh Schnell, and Jason Moy are representing an Afghan contractor in a U.S. Court of Federal Claims case that raises issues of first impression under the Reciprocity Act.

Areas of Specialization


LL.M. in Military Law, The Judge Advocate Legal Center and School, 2015

  • Emphasis in Criminal Law

J.D., University of California, Davis School of Law, Davis, CA, 2006

  • International Law Society
  • Studied abroad at the American University in Cairo

B.A., University of Southern California, 2003

Bar & Court AdmissionsCalifornia (2006)
Washington, D.C. (2020)
Maryland (2022)
United States Supreme Court
U.S. Court of Federal Claims
U.S. District Courts for the District of Columbia, and Maryland
Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces
Army Court of Criminal Appeals
Not admitted in Virginia

Leadership & Community InvolvementAmerican Bar Association