Associate
Matthew Baker is an associate in Watt Tieder’s McLean office. He concentrates his practice in construction, government contracts, and commercial litigation. Matt is an experienced litigator who has successfully resolved matters for his clients through negotiation, alternative dispute resolution, and trial.


Associate
Sarah Bloom is an associate at Watt Tieder’s McLean office. She focuses her practice on government contracts and construction litigation. She has represented the Government in bid protests and contract disputes before the Civilian Board of Contract Appeals and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.

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Associate
Emily Brown is an associate in Watt Tieder’s McLean office. Emily concentrates her practice on construction and government contracts litigation. She joined the firm with an array of general commercial litigation experience and success advocating for client rights through dispute resolution and litigation.


Associate
Robert Brookman is an associate in Watt Tieder’s Virginia office. He focuses his practice in construction litigation, government contracts and suretyship. Before joining the firm, Robert engaged in complex commercial litigation in the state and federal courts of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.



Associate
Marguerite Lee DeVoll is an associate at Watt Tieder in the Tyson’s Corner McLean office. Marguerite’s focuses her practice on business restructurings, bankruptcy, and creditors’ rights, as well as, complex commercial disputes in state and federal courts across the United States.


Associate
John F. Finnegan III focuses his practice on construction and commercial litigation, government contracts, and suretyship law, representing owners, contractors, subcontractors, and sureties in federal and state courts as well as before administrative boards.


Associate
Erica Lauer focuses her practice in the areas of commercial litigation, construction, and suretyship. Erica has experience representing owners, contractors, subcontractors, and sureties in all aspects of private and public construction projects at both the state and federal levels.


Associate
Christine Lee is an associate in Watt Tieder's Seattle office. Her practice focuses on construction, construction contracts, commercial and suretyship litigation. Prior to joining Watt Tieder, she served as corporate counsel for a top engineering and construction company in Seoul, Korea.



Associate
Amanda Marutzky focuses her practice in the areas of commercial litigation, construction contract disputes, surety and lending law, and insolvency and bankruptcy. Prior to joining Watt Tieder, Amanda was with Bryan Cave LLP as part of their banking and commercial litigation team.


Associate
Lauren Rankins is an associate in Watt Tieder's Chicago office. She focuses her practice on commercial, construction and suretyship litigation. Lauren representing owners, contractors, subcontractors, and sureties, providing a full range of transactional and litigation services to her clients.


Associate
Aniuska Rovaina focuses on commercial litigation, construction and suretyship. Aniuska represents owners, contractors, subcontractors, and sureties in both the public and private context. She provides a full range of transactional and litigation services to her clients.


Associate
Trip Stewart focuses his practice in the areas of construction, litigation, government contracts, and suretyship. Trip joins Watt Tieder as an Associate. Before joining the firm, Trip interned for the Honorable Judge Marian Blank Horn of the United States Court of Federal Claims.



Associate
Dominick Weinkam focuses his practice in the areas of construction litigation, government contracts, and suretyship. Dominick represents contractors, owners, subcontractors, and sureties in all aspects of public and private developments projects. He joined Watt Tieder as a first-year associate.


Associate
Jonathan Wright centers his practice on complex commercial construction disputes. Jonathan represents owners, general contractors, subcontractors, and sureties in various disputes arising out of construction-related contracts in state and federal courts.