Rachael K. Plymale

Associate | Washington, D.C.

rplymale@mofo.com | (202) 887-1582

(202) 887-1582

Rachael Plymale represents both large and small government contractors in a full range of contract matters including investigations, bid protests, contract claims and disputes, size determinations, and False Claims Act litigation.

Rachael has assisted clients in a variety of litigation and compliance matters. She has represented contractors in internal and external investigations of all sizes and in disclosures to the government. She has represented clients in both pre- and post-award bid protests before the Government Accountability Office and the Court of Federal Claims as well as contract terminations and requests for equitable adjustments at the Boards of Contract Appeals. Her practice also includes counseling clients on a variety of regulatory and contractual compliance issues, particularly in small business matters such as size determination and appeals at the SBA's Office of Hearings and Appeals and small business contracting.

Rachael graduated summa cum laude from the University of Kentucky in 2010, receiving a B.A. in History. In 2014, she earned her J.D. with honors from the George Washington University Law School, where she focused her studies on public procurement. Throughout law school, Rachael worked as a law clerk for the Government Contracts group, assisting in a wide range of litigation and counseling matters.

Rachael maintains an active pro bono practice representing victims of human trafficking in immigration matters.

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