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Adequacy is Adequate: DC District Court Certifies Pacer Fee Class

by Carlton Fields on

The United States District Court for the District of Columbia certified a class of all individuals and entities who paid fees to obtain court records though the Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) system. The...more

Citing Kingdomware, Federal Circuit Confirms Award of GSA Schedule Task Order Falls Within Tucker Act Bid Protest Jurisdiction

by PilieroMazza PLLC on

Contractors seeking to challenge the award of task orders, which the procuring agency referred to as “options” or “extensions,” received a big win from the Federal Circuit in Coast Professional, Inc. et al. v. United States,...more

No Jurisdiction Under Tucker Act to Review Contract Claim of Competitive Service Employee

by Nancie G. Marzulla on

In Charnetski v. United States, a federal employee sued the Government in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims for breach of contract when the Government cancelled a retirement plan that allowed the otherwise full-time employee...more

CFC Rules That Money-Mandating Statute Does Not Give Rise to Claim for Consequential Damages

by Nancie G. Marzulla on

The Tucker Act grants jurisdiction to the U.S. Court of Federal Claims for damages not sounding in tort arising out of various federal statutes. But in order for jurisdiction to be proper, there must be a money-mandating...more

Horne v. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture

Brief For The CATO Institute, National Federation Of Independent Business, Center For Constitutional Jurisprudence, And Reason...

by Cato Institute on

Long-time California raisin farmers Marvin and Laura Horne have been forced to experience firsthand the costs that America’s regulatory state imposes on entrepreneurs, especially innovative members of the agriculture...more

Federal Circuit Decision Makes it Easier for Contract Awardees to Protest Unwarranted Agency Corrective Action

by Holland & Knight LLP on

Until recently, one of the "conventional wisdoms" about GAO bid protest practice was that agencies had almost unfettered (and unreviewable) discretion to take corrective action....more

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