Oliver Jury represents clients in a wide range of government contracts and general litigation matters. Oliver has experience handling complex claims and internal investigations. Oliver has a particular focus on compliance and False Claims Act investigations for defense and energy contractors, in particular handling whistleblower complaints, civil investigative demands, subcontractor disputes, and cost-allowability issues. He also handles high-value bid protests before the Government Accountability Office and U.S. Court of Federal Claims and contractor requests for equitable adjustment.
Oliver also manages a dynamic pro bono case load, concentrating his time on housing and family law matters. Previously, Oliver was a Law Fellow with AARP’s Systemic Reform Program in the Washington, D.C., office.
During law school, Oliver served as an Articles Editor for the American University Law Review, a Dean’s Fellow in the Legal Writing Department, and a research assistant. Oliver is a product of the Blank Rome summer associate program. Before law school, he mediated landlord-tenant disputes for Open Communities, a nonprofit organization that advocates for fair and affordable housing.
Outside the Firm
Oliver is an avid baseball and soccer fan, a chess enthusiast, and an enjoyer of all things outdoors. He also enjoys cooking and trying new restaurants in the Washington, DC area.