Court of Federal Claims Sinks Contract Claim Against Coast Guard

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On January 28, 2014, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims granted the Government’s motion to dismiss a portion of an amended complaint f or lack of jurisdiction, and f or summary judgment on the remaining claim. The lawsuit, brought by K-Con Building Systems, Inc., sought to recover money allegedly owed to it by the U.S. Coast Guard under a construction contract, and the wrongf ul assessment of liquidated damages by the Coast

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