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A Watched Pot Boils

Earlier today I blogged about an anticipated upcoming decision from the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court which would decide whether a candidate for public office had the right to solicit nomination signatures at a supermarket. The Court previously had held that a candidate could solicit signatures at a large regional mall. The new issue before the […]

Three for the Road

It has long been said of real estate that “They ain’t making any more of it.”  While this may be true, rules governing what you can do with real estate are consistently changing and owners, users and anyone associated with real estate need to continue to keep their eyes and ears open for the latest […]

A good reminder from GAO about responding to agency requests for information.

There are some protest grounds that the Government Accountability Office won’t consider because it considers them to be “contract administration” issues.  Contract administration issues deal with actual performance of the contract awarded rather than questions about the evaluation process by which the offeror was selected for contract award.  For example, GAO ordinarily won’t consider a […]

Tracking Down a Limiting Principle

This is a blog about the constitutionality of warrantless GPS tracking.  So, it is understandable if the reader takes a moment to ask, “Is it 2012?” In 2012, of course, the United States Supreme Court, in United States v. Jones, held that the attachment of a GPS, or Global Positioning System, tracking device to a […]