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Appeal from Virginia court to CBCA? No Way

Judicial appeals follow a set path.  Much like a zip-line.  Once you’re on a zip-line, you ride it all the way to the end.  There is no deviation to other zip-lines.  Similarly, once a decision is reached in a certain court system, the case must be appealed within that system. Magwood Services, Inc. dealt with […]

What’s In a Name: CBCA Allows Subcontractor Appeal

“In the name of…”  Those can be powerful words depending on whose name is about to be invoked.  In the case of a subcontractor seeking to appeal a termination for default, the most powerful name (and necessary name) that it can invoke is that of the prime contractor.  That’s because as a general rule, a […]

Agency Errors Leave Contractor Out in the Cold

Our mothers taught us that two wrongs don’t make a right. But, three wrongs can make a really botched procurement and leave a contractor out-of-luck. We are thinking in particular of the case of Gunter Construction, Inc., a bid protest rejected by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) late last year. According to GAO’s decision, Gunter […]