Taft is pleased to welcome three attorneys to the firm’s Indianapolis office.
Stephen G. Darby is an associate in Taft’s Government Contracts practice group. He advises clients on matters related to bid protests, including drafting initial and supplemental protests and motions from inception to conclusion at the agency level, the Boards of Contract Appeals, the Government Accountability Office, and the Court of Federal Claims. Darby also has experience with document review, responding to discovery requests, and drafting motions in civil litigation. He received a juris doctor from the George Washington University Law School and a bachelor of arts in political science and a bachelor of science, cum laude, in economics from Auburn University. Darby is admitted in the District of Columbia and is seeking admission in Indiana.
Adam K. Mills joins the firm’s Litigation practice group as an associate. Prior to joining Taft, Adam clerked for Judge Rudolph R. Pyle III of the Indiana Court of Appeals. Before his clerkship, Mills was a deputy prosecuting attorney for the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office. He is a graduate of Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law and received a M.P.A. with a concentration in policy analysis from the Indiana University O’Neil School of Public & Environmental Affairs and a B.A. in political science from West Virginia University. Mills is admitted in Indiana and the U.S. District Court for the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana.
Jeffrey W. Parker, Jr. is an associate in Taft’s Litigation practice group. With a focus on commercial and employment litigation, his experience includes assisting employers with allegations of discrimination, retaliation, and harassment. In addition, Parker counsels employers on disputes involving trade secret, non-compete, and non-solicitation litigation. He graduated magna cum laude from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, earning Dean’s List recognition all six semesters and received his undergraduate degree from Indiana University. Parker is admitted in Indiana and the U.S. District Court for the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana.