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Adam D.
Bruski

  • Senior Counsel

I enjoy helping a client land a big win – whether that is approval to export their product or securing a government contract. One of the great things about Warner is that we get to work with companies of all sizes, ranging from the Fortune 500 to small tool and die shops. A win might mean they can hire those new employees or move into that bigger manufacturing space. And in the contracting arena, I get to serve as a matchmaker between the capabilities of my clients and the government’s needs for critical products and services.

Adam assists companies with the full range of government contracting and export control issues. These issues include transactional matters such as compliance with federal procurement and export control regulations (FAR, DFARS, ITAR and EAR); teaming and joint venture relationships; small and disadvantaged business qualifications; export registration, commodity jurisdiction and licensing requests; and sanction and embargo matters.

  • How Much Does Your Business Rely on Federal Policy,” Warner Webinar, March 23, 2021
  • “Best Practices for Conducting Internal Investigations, Assessing Risk Under the False Claims,” World Congress 2019, National Contract Management Association, Boston, Massachusetts, July 30, 2019
  • “U.S. Export Controls and Foreign Subcontractors,” National Contract Management Association SubCon Training Workshops, Tyson, VA, March 27, 2019
  • How Much Does Your Business Rely on Federal Policy,” Warner Webinar, March 23, 2021
  • “Best Practices for Conducting Internal Investigations, Assessing Risk Under the False Claims,” World Congress 2019, National Contract Management Association, Boston, Massachusetts, July 30, 2019
  • “U.S. Export Controls and Foreign Subcontractors,” National Contract Management Association SubCon Training Workshops, Tyson, VA, March 27, 2019
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Adam D.
Bruski

  • Senior Counsel
MidlandMacomb County

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I enjoy helping a client land a big win – whether that is approval to export their product or securing a government contract. One of the great things about Warner is that we get to work with companies of all sizes, ranging from the Fortune 500 to small tool and die shops. A win might mean they can hire those new employees or move into that bigger manufacturing space. And in the contracting arena, I get to serve as a matchmaker between the capabilities of my clients and the government’s needs for critical products and services.

Adam assists companies with the full range of government contracting and export control issues. These issues include transactional matters such as compliance with federal procurement and export control regulations (FAR, DFARS, ITAR and EAR); teaming and joint venture relationships; small and disadvantaged business qualifications; export registration, commodity jurisdiction and licensing requests; and sanction and embargo matters.

  • How Much Does Your Business Rely on Federal Policy,” Warner Webinar, March 23, 2021
  • “Best Practices for Conducting Internal Investigations, Assessing Risk Under the False Claims,” World Congress 2019, National Contract Management Association, Boston, Massachusetts, July 30, 2019
  • “U.S. Export Controls and Foreign Subcontractors,” National Contract Management Association SubCon Training Workshops, Tyson, VA, March 27, 2019
  • How Much Does Your Business Rely on Federal Policy,” Warner Webinar, March 23, 2021
  • “Best Practices for Conducting Internal Investigations, Assessing Risk Under the False Claims,” World Congress 2019, National Contract Management Association, Boston, Massachusetts, July 30, 2019
  • “U.S. Export Controls and Foreign Subcontractors,” National Contract Management Association SubCon Training Workshops, Tyson, VA, March 27, 2019