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Ten Chief Characterization amidst a High-quality Virtual Information

Virtual data rooms are becoming more and more popular in the business realm worldwide. Investment bankers, lawyers and top managers of firms feel the need for the functional and secure environment to store their information and to complete the wide range of transactions. Thus, at the present moment, virtual deal vendors provide the businessmen with […]

You Can Win a Protest Even Though the Protest is not Sustained

Every year, the Government Accountability Office reports to Congress several statistics relating to GAO’s bid protest function. The big news this year is that the “Sustain Rate” — the percentage of protests that resulted in a GAO decision granting the protest — nearly doubled in FY 2016 (22.56%) compared to FY 2015 (12%). In absolute […]

Attorney’s knowledge of basis for protest may not always trigger client’s obligation to protest

Bid protests present lawyers and their clients with a dilemma. On the one hand, ethical rules require attorneys to consult with the client about the means by which the client’s objectives are to be accomplished and to explain a matter to the extent reasonably necessary to permit the client to make informed decisions regarding the […]

Yes, contractors can speak and meet with the Government to sell products and services.

The U.S. Government and the government contracts industry are a lot like a married couple. They need one another. Rely on one another. And generally put a lot of trust in one another. Usually they are on the same team and want things to work out for the best. But sometimes they bicker. And sometimes […]

What your signature says about you

In an age when we increasingly transact business electronically, when people use smartphones to keep reminders, instead of a paper and pen, and when some school districts have stopped teaching cursive writing, the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals has issued a reminder about the importance of the handwritten signature. Under the standard Disputes clause […]