Practice Areas: Business Transactions, Government Contracts
58 Maiden Lane, 2nd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94108
T: (415) 788-6330
F: (415) 391-0555
Louis N. Haas is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and Stanford Law School. While on active duty as an Army lawyer and officer, he served as chief trial attorney representing the government in contract dispute cases before the U.S. Army Board of Contract Appeals, Europe. Mr. Haas also performed trial work and advised clients in all areas of labor relations law as an associate with the firm of Littler, Mendelson & Fastiff before he co-founded Haas & Najarian in 1973. He has tried and supervised government contract disputes in virtually every forum in the country, including contract appeals boards, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, Federal District and Circuit Courts, U.S. Supreme Court and the GAO. Mr. Haas is a member of the State Bar of California and the Federal and American Bar Associations (sections on Public Contract Law and Labor Relations Law). He is a member of the Association of General Contractors Legal Advisory Committee and writes and lectures on construction and government contracts matters. In addition to his work in the government contracts area, Mr. Haas regularly provides business advice to clients in a wide range of industries including real estate, manufacturing, mining, technology and an array of service businesses. Mr. Haas provides advice and services to his business clients regarding the structuring of transactions and entities, financing and credit arrangements, and other general business and corporate matters. Mr. Haas also advises a number of nonprofit entities and has served on several nonprofit boards.