Kendall Lucas focuses her practice on government contract-related matters, particularly those involving technology and innovation and federal cybersecurity. She possesses a deep understanding of business imperatives and resolves issues practically and efficiently.
Kendall has more than eight years of experience as in-house and outside counsel. Most recently she served as assistant general counsel at a Big Four accounting and consulting firm, where she counseled on government contract pursuit and performance, including federal regulations and solicitation requirements, supply chain and subcontractor management, and federal contract disputes. During this time her practice centered on government contracts that involved the delivery of software-, machine-, or cloud-enabled solutions (Software as a Service [SaaS], Platform as a Service [PaaS], Infrastructure as a Service [IaaS], big data analytics, etc.) and compliance with federal information and cloud security requirements and regulations (such as the Federal Information Security Management Act [FISMA], National Institute of Standards and Technology [NIST] standards, the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program [FedRAMP], and the safeguarding and information security requirements of the Federal Acquisition Regulation [FAR], Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement [DFARS], and other agency supplements). While in-house Kendall also supported responses to data security incidents impacting government contract engagements and federal information systems.
Kendall has advised on all aspects of a government contract technology solution lifecycle, from development to delivery, including on matters related to government data and intellectual property rights, licensing and sales strategy, and solution architecture. She is an International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Certified Information Privacy Professional/U.S. Government (CIPP/G), with experience counseling on federal cybersecurity risk and compliance.
Jones Day secures guardianship in highly contested case
Jones Day represented an aunt and uncle in seeking guardianship of their three young nieces.
Successful dismissal of criminal charges in theft and unlawful entry matter
Mr. Bradshaw was arrested and charged with theft and unlawful entry.
Middle eastern construction firm represented in disputes concerning U.S. government prime contracts
Jones Day represents a major privately held middle eastern construction firm with respect to issues arising from contracts for construction of U.S. government facilities in the Persian Gulf and in Asia.
- February 2013Continuation of Prohibition Against DOD Contracting with Companies with Unpaid Delinquent Tax Liability or a Federal Felony Conviction
- University of Pennsylvania (J.D. 2010; Wharton Certificate in Business and Public Policy; Legal Writing Instructor; Senior Editor, Journal of Business Law); Cornell University (B.A. in Economics 2005)
- District of Columbia, Maryland, and U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland
- Certified Information Privacy Professional/U.S. Government (CIPP/G)