Among Maryland’s Leading Procurement Law Attorneys


Representing government contractors and vendors in bid protests and contract resolution with the State of Maryland since 1984.



The bid process for contracts with the State of Maryland is difficult as it is, let alone the complexities that arise when you need to file a bid protest or contract claim. Scott has helped hundreds of clients through bid protests and contract claims at the Maryland State Board of Contract Appeals.

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Scott Livingston


Scott Livingston understands the complexities of Maryland’s procurement regulations — he helped write the rules while serving as Maryland’s Assistant Attorney General. With more than 30 years of experience, Scott has brought more bid protests before the Maryland State Board of Contract Appeals than any other attorney in private practice.


Contract claims move fast.

Scott and his team are just a phone call away. Contact him today to schedule a consultation.

Contact Scott Livingston at (301) 951-0150.

 “Since 1998, Scott Livingston has served pro bono as procurement law counsel to Maryland Legal Aid in bid protests, contract claims, and negotiations with agencies of the Maryland.  Scott has been instrumental in the award of approximately $85 Million in contracts with the State, enabling Legal Aid to provide legal assistance to thousands of children.”

- Wilhelm Joseph, Executive Director, Maryland Legal Aid


Keep up to speed on Maryland procurement law.

Procurement law is nuanced, complex, and ever changing. Scott breaks it all down in his Maryland Procurement Alert.