Bid Protests Standing

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Missouri Supreme Court Allows Unsuccessful Contract Bidders to Sue Public Agencies

A recent Missouri Supreme Court decision changes the landscape of public contracting in the state by allowing unsuccessful contract bidders to sue public agencies for denying them a fair and equal opportunity to compete. The...more

Awardee Protests: A New Horizon? In departure from GAO precedents, Court of Federal Claims finds awardee under multiple-award...

The bid protest long has been the province of the disappointed bidder/offeror—the government contractor that competed for the award of a federal contract and lost. A new decision from the United States Court of Federal Claims...more

Appellate Court Notes

AC35632- U.S. Bank, N.A. v. Foote - Second time is the charm. Defendant succeeded in getting plaintiff’s foreclosure action dismissed for lack of standing due to the inability of the witnesses to establish that the...more

Even Offerors Eliminated Before the Competitive Range May Have Protest Standing

On January 14, 2013, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (“Federal Circuit”) held that an offeror had standing to challenge the exclusion of its proposal from a competition even prior to a competitive range,...more

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