Adam Munitz is a partner with FH+H. Mr. Munitz represents, advises, and counsels companies and individuals in a wide variety of matters including foreign investment, export compliance, international business transactions, foreign ownership, control and influence, reviews by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (“CFIUS”), and government contracting. Holding a security clearance, Mr. Munitz has spent years supporting agencies and corporations in the defense and national security sectors.
Mr. Munitz’s practice focuses on solving clients’ complex legal and business challenges in the following areas: foreign investment; foreign ownership, control, and influence mitigation; export compliance; anti-corruption; federal contracts; defense contracts; suspension and debarment; corporate transactions, contracts, and agreements; international transactions; and mergers and acquisitions.
Mr. Munitz attended The Elliot School of International Affairs at The George Washington University, graduating magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa in 2006 with dual concentrations in Conflict and Security and the Middle East.
Prior to his graduating, Raytheon Company accepted Mr. Munitz into its elite Contracts Leadership Development Program, and for the next two years Mr. Munitz worked as a Contracts Administrator in Raytheon’s Space and Airborne Systems and Integrated Defense Systems divisions, supporting cutting-edge defense programs. In this capacity, Mr. Munitz prepared competitive and non-competitive proposals, negotiated proposals and contract terms and conditions, drafted non-disclosure agreements, and advised team-members on issues regarding the company’s contractual obligations.
Mr. Munitz left Raytheon Company in 2008 to begin his studies at George Mason University School of Law, and he received his J.D. with a concentration in Homeland and National Security Law in 2011.