Frank M. Rapoport is a senior partner and Chair of the Global Infrastructure and Public-Private Partnerships practice at McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP.
Frank is widely regarded for his ability to strategize and implement profitable business initiatives for clients in the transportation, real estate development, construction, design and engineering, defense and aerospace, security, life sciences, healthcare, information technology, and government services industries.
He recently led a real estate developer from project inception to achieve a $2B inventory in the military housing privatization initiative. His team at McKenna Long & Aldridge includes specialists in U.S. and international government contracting, government affairs at all levels, and seasoned business and economic advisors with years of transportation, infrastructure and privatization experiences, both domestic and internationally.
Frank routinely counsels companies on bid protests, debarment and suspension, defective pricing, procurement fraud and voluntary disclosure, change order claims, differing site condition claims, government-caused delay claims, convenience and default termination claims, breach of contract claims, subcontractor claims, business and minority issues, joint venturing, privatization, and marketing to the federal, state, and local government.