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Protorae Law PLLC is pleased to announce the addition of associates Scott M. Dinner and Bret C. Marfut to its Business Litigation practice.

As a member of the Business Litigation and Government Contracts practices, Scott Dinner is a litigator who represents businesses in commercial disputes as well as bid protests.  He has dedicated much of his career to litigating complex, bet-the-company cases, including numerous cases with hundreds of millions of dollars at stake.  Scott draws on his experience in such high-risk matters to not only help his clients strategically navigate disputes but also vigorously advocate for their interests. Scott received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Virginia School of Law and received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Emory University.

An experienced litigator, Bret Marfut represents sophisticated clients through discovery, motions practice, settlement negotiations, and trial.  Before joining the firm, Bret clerked for the Honorable Elizabeth K. Dillon of the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia and worked as a litigation associate at a boutique government litigation firm in Salem, Virginia.  He has experience representing municipalities and state actors in constitutional, employment, procurement, and tort litigation in state and federal courts throughout Virginia.  Bret graduated from Washington and Lee School of Law and received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Christopher Newport University.

“We are very excited to add Scott and Bret to our litigation and government contracts practices.  These additions allow the firm to meet its increasing demands for Litigation and Government Contracts support on complex matters,” said Managing Member James Kinsel.

Established in 2010, Protorae Law is a Tysons, Virginia based business law firm which focuses its practice on Government Contracts, Corporate & Business Entities, Employment Law, Intellectual Property and Technology Law, Real Estate, Trusts and Estates, Business Breakups, Construction Law, and Business Litigation.