Milton C. Johns has been in private practice for over 21 years and has spent almost 34 years in government and defense contracting arenas in a variety of roles. He is an adjunct professor of Business Law at Northern Virginia Community College, and a former adjunct professor of business law at Strayer University in Woodbridge, Virginia and of legal research and writing at George Mason University School of Law.
Mr. Johns’ primary areas of practice are in business litigation, corporate law and formation, government contracts and serving as counsel for government contracting companies. This practice includes drafting and review of nondisclosure agreements, teaming agreements, contracts (prime and sub), compliance review and advice (FAR, DFARS, ITAR, EAR, SBA), novations, mergers and acquisitions, GSA Schedules, NISPOM security matters and employment law. Mr. Johns prosecutes and defends bid protests at the Government Accountability Office and at the Court of Federal Claims. He assists clients with establishing Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses, Woman Owned Small Businesses and HUB Zone Businesses. He pursues and defends small business and socioeconomic status protests at the Small Business Administration. He also prosecutes and defends claims under the False Claims Act. His litigation efforts include discovery, motions practice, and bench and jury trials. Other practice areas include intellectual property, export control (ITAR/EAR), employment law, personal injury, criminal and civil defense, domestic relations, wills, employment, consumer, collections, bankruptcy and landlord/tenant law.
Mr. Johns was awarded the Aeronautical Merit Cross, second class, by the government of Spain in 1995. He is published in fiction and nonfiction.