has more than 38 years in the practice of government contracts law. His expertise includes issues of contract formation, negotiation of subcontracts, the structuring of complex private financing of government contracts, preparation of complex claims, and the resolution of post-award contract disputes through litigation or alternate dispute resolution. His clients include major companies in the defense, telecommunications, information technology, financial, and health care industries.
For several years, he also practiced telecommunications regulatory law, appearing before numerous state public utility commissions in hearings to open the local exchange markets for new entrants under the Telecommunications Act of 1996.
For many years, he has been active in the Public Contract Law Section of the American Bar Association, where he was an author of the Section's original publication of "Subcontract Terms and Conditions." Since 1999, he has co-chaired the Section's committee on Privatization, Outsourcing and Financing Transactions and from 2005-2008 served on the Section Council. Prior to his service in the ABA, for six years he was on the Steering Committee of the Section on Government Contracts and Litigation of the District of Columbia Bar, including three years as co-chair of the Section.
Currently he is pro bono counsel to the Government of Liberia in the drafting of a new procurement code. In 2009, Mr. Hoe was named "Top Washington Lawyer" in Government Contracts by the Washington Business Journal
- J.D., Cornell Law School, 1973
- B.A., Colby College, cum laude, 1969
- U.S. Supreme Court
- U.S. Court of Federal Claims
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
- U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia