Brett specializes in internal investigations, bid protests, and criminal litigation. Brett helped establish Task Force 2010, a special Department of Defense unit responsible for vetting contractors in Afghanistan. Previously, Brett served as a U.S. Army Judge Advocate for over five years where his practice areas include litigation and government ethics. In private practice, Brett has successfully defended bid protests on behalf of large and small government contractors. Brett is a graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Law and of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service.
Robert Feldmeier specializes in intelligence law and in litigation. As an Army Judge Advocate, he spent a significant period of his career in intelligence law. He completed assignments with the Office of Military Commissions, where he worked on cases involving terror suspects detained at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, at the National Security Agency, where he worked with signals intelligence, and as a deployed Judge Advocate, where he applied human intelligence to the law in adjudicating disposition for detained Iraqis. Robert also has extensive litigation experience. He has defended over 100 service members before military appellate courts and currently practices as a trial defense attorney. Robert holds an active TS/SCI clearance. Robert is a graduate of Wake Forest University School of Law and The Johns Hopkins University School of Arts and Sciences.
Michael Isom is an intelligence expert who has spent more than 25 years positively transforming organizations and engaging local, national and international leaders. His accomplishments include leading an international business intelligence task force, advising on high-profile, high-value legal cases and advocating for corporate and government clients on complex international issues. As an Army Reservist, Michael helped establish Task Force 2010 and served as its chief intelligence officer from 2013 – 2014. He has worked in the Pentagon Office of General Counsel, supervised the DoD Office of Legislative Liaison and prepared senior Government officials for Congressional testimony. He is a faculty member at a military senior service college. Michael is a graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center. He holds certifications in Project Management (PMP) and process improvement (Lean Six Sigma).
Khalid Hamidi is an attorney licensed by the Afghanistan Independent Bar Association (License No. 549) to practice law and appear before all courts in Afghanistan. He is a member of the Advisory board and International Relation Committee of the Afghanistan Independent Bar Association. Mr. Hamidi possesses over 11 years of counseling and litigation experience in private practice and with the United States Department of State, Bureau of International and Law Enforcement Affairs Rule of Law projects.
Previously, Mr. Hamidi served as a legal advisor with the U.S. military’s Combined Joint Inter-Agency Task Force-435(CJIATF-435) where he trained, advised and mentored Afghan judicial officials on national security cases at the Justice Center in Parwan (JCIP), the national court which has been responsible for adjudication of terrorism and national security cases. Mr. Hamidi obtained his bachelor degree in law from Kabul University Faculty of Law and Political Science in 2007.