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"Mistake" In Government Contracts
Everyone knows that "ignorance of the law is no excuse." But what about ignorance of the facts? In Woodies Holdings, L.L.C. v. United States,
United States
2 Aug 2019
May 2019 Bid Protest Roundup
Our monthly bid protest Law360 spotlight will discuss a handful of interesting bid protests from the preceding month, highlighting the most noteworthy aspects of the decisions for companies...
United States
15 Jul 2019
New Decisions Clarify Small Business Minority Shareholder Protections
One of the easiest small business affiliation rules to apply is that a person that owns "50 percent or more of a concern's voting stock . . . controls or has the power to control the concern."
United States
29 Nov 2018
On Human Bondage And Christian Doctrine
To be clear, the bondage here is the bond requirement under Federal construction contracts, and the doctrine does not appear in the catechism but in the Court of Claims' old decision...
United States
12 Nov 2018
A Deal You Can't Refuse: North American Landscaping And Voiding A Signed Release Because Of Duress
As a general rule, when a contractor signs a full settlement and release with respect to a dispute with the Government, the dispute is considered settled, and the Government is released...
United States
19 Oct 2018
Federal Circuit Overrules Court Of Federal Claims: Agencies Need Not Narrowly Tailor Corrective Action
In an important new decision, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit rejected a line of Court of Federal Claims case law that required agencies to "narrowly tailor" corrective action to fit...
United States
12 Oct 2018
August 2018 Bid Protest Roundup
This month, we bring you three bid protests from three fora.
United States
12 Sep 2018
January 2017 Protest Roundup
Two common themes run through the cases we have chosen for this month's bid protest roundup.
United States
13 Feb 2017
A Road Less Traveled: Agency-Level Protests
An agency just messed up a procurement, and you want to protest. Where do you go? The vast majority of bid protests are filed with the Government Accountability Office (GAO).
United States
28 Sep 2016
August 2016 Protest Roundup
We're rolling out a new monthly feature on our Government Contracts Insights blog, presenting a handful of interesting bid protests from the preceding month.
United States
9 Sep 2016
Analyzing Price Realism: When A Deal Is Too Good To Be True
Ordinarily, agencies may not evaluate whether an offeror's price in a fixed-price acquisition is unrealistic (or "too low").
United States
15 Aug 2016
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