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California Supreme Court Says No to Tortious Interference in Public Bidding

By on April 13, 2017 | Posted in Bid Protests

In Roy Allen Slurry Seal, Inc. v. American Asphalt South, Inc., (2017) 2 Cal.5th 505, the California Supreme Court recently ruled that disappointed bidders could not state a claim for the tort of intentional interference with prospective economic advantage against companies that obtain public contracts based on business practices that […]

ASBCA Opens the Door to Contractors Seeking Monetary Damages for Unfair CPARS Reviews

By on January 4, 2017 | Posted in Claims and Disputes

As past performance reviews become an increasingly important part of the bid evaluation process, the performance assessments catalogued in the Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System (“CPARS”) will have greater significance than ever before. CPARS reviews generally set forth the Government’s evaluation of a contractor’s performance based on several factors, including […]