Ohio Supreme Court rules on bid preparation costs

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In a unanimous decision, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled that a bidder may recover its reasonable bid preparation costs if the bidder establishes that its bid was wrongfully rejected because the public authority violated the public competitive bidding laws. Meccon, Inc. v. Univ. of Akron (July 21, 2010), Slip Opinion 2010-Ohio-3297. The rejected bidder promptly sought but was denied injunctive relief to suspend the public improvement, and the court later finds, after injunctive relief is no longer available, that the public authority wrongfully rejected the bid.

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