David Hibey is a first chair trial and appellate attorney who concentrates his practice in the areas of government contracts law and white collar criminal defense. Mr. Hibey has also conducted numerous investigations involving the False Claims Act.

Mr. Hibey has appeared numerous times for oral arguments before the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, the United States Court of Federal Claims, and the United States Court of International Trade. During his tenure as a Trial Attorney for the United States Department of Justice, Mr. Hibey represented the United States in commercial litigation matters involving government contracts, bid protests, commercial lease and concession disputes, the Fair Labor Standards Act, federal Cost Accounting Standards, and construction matters. Mr. Hibey also has experience appearing before suspension and debarment officials at the Department of the Army.

With respect to white collar criminal defense matters, Mr. Hibey has participated in the representation of corporations and individuals under investigation for conduct relating to criminal violations of antitrust, securities, pharmaceutical, transportation, and procurement laws. In connection with these and other matters, he has also presented proffers to government prosecutors on behalf of individuals and corporations, and prepared and accompanied witnesses and individuals before the US Department of Justice and the SEC.


False Claims Act Defense for Government Contractors
Arnold & Porter Seminar
Deskbook on Internal Investigations, Corporate Compliance and White Collar Issues (2nd Edition)
PLI Practising Law Institute
Understanding US Law Requirements for New Opportunities in Aircraft Transactions with Iran
PLI Publishes 13th Edition of Kaye Scholer's Deskbook on Internal Investigations, Corporate Compliance & White Collar Issues


  • JD, Georgetown University Law Center, 1998
  • BA, Georgetown University, 1994, cum laude
  • District of Columbia
  • US District Court, District of Columbia
  • US Court of Federal Claims
Government & Military Service
  • Trial Attorney, US Department of Justice, Department of Commercial Litigation Branch

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