Publications

Hogan Lovells Publications

Pending Proposals and the Purchase or Sale of a Government Contractor: What Are the Bid Protest Risks?

Those involved with the purchase or sale of a government contractor should take note of a recent GAO protest decision overturning the award of a US$210M contract because the agency failed...

Published Works

Federal IT Procurement's "15 Minutes of Fame": Healthcare.gov, the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act, and the Prospects for Significant Reform in 2014

The U.S. government relies on information technology in executing nearly all of its myriad responsibilities.

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Fifth Circuit decision exposes contractors to vicarious liability for double damages when employees receive personal kickbacks

In a case of first impression with potentially far-reaching consequences, the Fifth Circuit has ruled that a contractor may be held vicariously liable for double damages under the...

Published Works

Vicarious Corporate Liability For Double Damages Under The AKA—Fifth Circuit Opens The Door To Punishing The Employer When Its Employees Self-Deal

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Recent federal court decision underscores importance of thoughtfully crafting government contractor teaming agreements

In a case that could impact the enforceability of teaming agreements in both state and federal courts, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia recently held that a...

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