L. Justin Burney
Shareholder
PROFILE
AFFILIATIONS

Justin’s Profile

Justin is a shareholder and member of Maynard Cooper’s General Corporate, Health Care, Government Contracts and Real Estate practice groups.

His experience includes representing a variety of clients across a broad range of corporate and transactional matters. He helps clients with contract negotiation and preparation, entity formation, corporate restructuring, corporate finance issues, mergers and acquisitions and real estate sales and acquisitions. Additionally, Justin has extensive experience helping clients in preparing agreements involving the licensing of rights to software and technology to and from third parties.

Justin frequently represents government contracting companies in matters such as negotiating and preparing subcontracts, teaming agreements and joint venture documents, qualifying for socio-economic programs, interpreting the Federal Acquisition Regulation and Small Business Association regulations, and prosecuting and defending bid protest actions.

He also puts his knowledge to work for healthcare and dental providers on corporate and healthcare-specific issues, such as regulatory compliance in the areas of health information privacy and compensation.

Justin received his J.D from the University of Alabama School of Law. He holds both a Bachelor’s and Master’s in Chemical Engineering from the University of Alabama.

 

Justin’s Affiliations & Civic Involvement

Civic Involvement

  • The Riley Behavioral & Educational Center, Board of Directors
  • Synovus/First Commercial Bank Huntsville Advisory Board
CONTACT
T 256.512.5722
F 256.512.0119
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Assistant
Penny Nuckles
RELATED INDUSTRIES & SERVICES
BAR ADMISSIONS
State Bar:Alabama
U.S. Court of Federal Claims
EDUCATION
University of Alabama School of Law (2008, J.D., Journal of the Legal Profession, Articles Editor and Internet Editor)
University of Alabama (2005, M.S.)
University of Alabama (2004, B.S., cum laude)
Blog
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Compensation Issues Faced by Government Contractors
A key issue faced by many government contractors is how to compensate their employees in ways that will ensure that they can attract a talented workforce.  Many executives and employees expect compensation mechani...
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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Compensation Issues Faced by Government Contractors (Part 2 of 3)
This entry is the second of a three-part installment on types of deferred compensation and will briefly explain the positive and negative aspects of using stock options and restricted stock grants as means of providing...
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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: Compensation Issues Faced by Government Contractors
Part 3 of 3 This is the final installment of a three-part series on compensation methods used by government contractors.  The first two installments discussed the differences between equity an...
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SDVOSBs: Government Uses VetBiz Veterans Affairs Database More Often than Self-Certification to Ensure Status
In 2011, the Senate passed the Small Business Contracting Fraud Prevention Act in response to widespread concern...