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Sub Wins $6M in Army Shelter Contract Dispute (access required)

In this government procurement case arising out of a subcontract for defendant to provide materials for onsite assembly of “Kuwait Energy Efficient Project” shelters under plaintiff’s prime contract with the U.S. Army, the Alexandria U.S. District Court says plaintiff contractor ...

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Defamation Claim Sent Back to State Court (access required)

In plaintiff’s suit alleging defendant school officials violated his First and 14th Amendment rights and defamed him by making false accusations to his family, his employer, law enforcement, child protective services and the general public, an Alexandria U.S. District Court ...

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Fired employees’ $800K distress damages set aside (access required)

A defense contractor that fired a husband-and-wife executive team after they filed a qui tam suit does not owe the couple $800,000 in damages for emotional distress, an Alexandria federal court has ruled. On May 19, U.S. District Judge Anthony ...

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Lawyer could not sue bankruptcy counsel (access required)

A patent attorney who was unhappy with his bankruptcy lawyer’s performance cannot sue the lawyer because his malpractice claim belongs to the bankruptcy estate, an Alexandria federal judge said on April 14. Embroiled in litigation from a failed venture with ...

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Government Contractor’s Tort Claim Survives (access required)

In this litigation between a small-business contractor and its defendant subcontractor to provide the U.S. Army with energy efficient relocatable shelters for use in Kuwait, defendant sub wins summary judgment on plaintiff’s claim for damages for transportation and storage costs ...

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Agency Climate Accord Emails Ar (access required)

In evaluating plaintiff Competitive Enterprise Institute’s FOIA request for unredacted U.S. State Department documents relating to the upcoming U.N. Climate Conference in Paris, France, that resulted in the Paris Climate Agreement, an Alexandria U.S. District Court says plaintiff is entitled ...

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