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FRED GELDON, American Lawyer, Partner of ELECTRONIC DATA SYSTEMS CORPORATION.

Background

GELDON, FRED was born on July 18, 1946 in New York, New York, United States.

Education

Princeton University (Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude. University of California at Berkeley (Master of Arts, 1970). Harvard Law School (Juris Doctor, magna cum laude, 1973).

Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Xi.

Career

Economic. Working as a partner of ELECTRONIC DATA SYSTEMS CORPORATION. Admitted to the bar, 1973, California. 1974, District of Columbia, United States. District Court, District of Columbia and United States.

Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit. 1981, United States. Claims Court. 1984, Maryland and United States.

Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit.

Works

  • Other Work

    • "New Developments in Government Contract Litigation," 32 Practical Lawyer, No. 7, 67-81, 1986

    • "Government Contract Law," 91 Case and Comment, No. 4, 27-38, 1986

    • "Public Contract Law," contained in H.I. Bendix and S.L. Williams, The Legal Framework of Foreign Investment in the United States," Volume II, Chapter 8, Heim International, 1985.

      "The Sensuous Market: An [Economic] Analysis of School Finance and Exclusionary Zoning," 51 J. Urb. L. 343-404, 1974. Co-Author: "Planning for the Negotiated Settlement of Claims," Fed. Cont. Rep. No. 934, pp.

      K-l to K-18, 1982

    • "Protecting the Family’s Interest in Education," a report by the Center for Law and Education, 1971.

Membership

The District of Columbia Bar. State Bar of California. Federal Circuit Bar Association (Vice-Chairman Government Contracts Appeals Committee, 1986-1987).

(Legal Manager, Herndon, Virginia Office).