Philip Beshara | Introduction

Philip Beshara is an attorney at a leading, full-service international law firm and frequent writer and commentator on issues of law and policy. You can find many of Philip Beshara’s articles on law and policy here.

Some of the articles you’ll find will include information on GAO decisions. The Government Accountability Office is a legislative branch government agency that provides auditing, evaluation, and investigative services for the United States Congress. It is the supreme audit institution of the federal government of the United States.

Some of the older articles by Philip Beshara include regulations on government contractors, mitigating contract risk and input in the government contractors forum. Philip Beshara has had a lot of input on the Association of Corporate Counsel which includes over 45,000 corporate counsels from all over the world, more than 17,000 in-house focused legal resources and over 500 opportunities to meet face-to-face with in-house counsel.

Phil frequently advises on cybersecurity and data rights issues, and provides transactional advice to buyers and sellers in corporate acquisitions on the regulatory implications and special considerations unique to the government contracting and national security industries.

Philip Beshara is a Truman National Security Scholar, certified by the Truman National Security Institute’s congressional leadership development program on defense, foreign policy and national security issues. He is also an elected member of the American Task Force for Lebanon, an organization of Americans of Lebanese heritage working to ensure Lebanon’s security and prosperity through strengthened US-Lebanon relations.

We encourage to take a gander of some of the articles Philip Beshara has helped push.