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No Fraud Claim Without Showing ‘Intent’ (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses a subcontractor’s fraud claim alleging defendant never intended, at the time the parties entered into a teaming agreement, to perform on the  agreement to bid on a contract to provide project management and cyber security services to the federal government. Plaintiff Cyberlock Consulting Inc. alleges defendant Information Experts Inc. (IE) ...

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