Government Contracts & Investigations


Posts from Roy Goldberg

Contractors Should Not Leave Money on the Table: The Federal Circuit Clears the Way for Boeing to Use the Tucker Act to Sue DoD for “Illegal Exaction” in Connection with Contract Costs

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In these unprecedented, economically-challenging times for the aviation industry, it is especially important that airlines, manufacturers and other industry stakeholders have an accessible avenue open to them for pursuing reimbursement claims against the federal government arising out of government contracts. In a decision handed down last August, Boeing Co. managed to reverse its fortunes andRead More

Topics: Aviation, Claims and Disputes

Wyoming Supreme Court Rules that Airport Operator Is Subject to Open Records Law

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Seeking to avoid an “absurd result,” the highest state court in Wyoming has ruled that the Jackson Hole Airport cannot refuse to produce airport-related documents by claiming that the airport is not subject to the state’s open records law: the Wyoming Public Records Act (WPRA). This decision is important for airports, governments that own airports,Read More

Topics: Aviation, State and Local Procurement, Statutes and Regulations