Contracting Cases Could be Held Up by Supreme Court Uncertainty

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By Mark Rockwell FCW: The Business of Federal Technology

The Supreme Court has two federal contracting cases on its docket, and the recent death of Associate Justice Antonin Scalia could slow movement on those cases — or lock in lower court decisions in the event of a tie vote.

Both cases deal with nuances of arcane federal procurement rules and procedures, but could have big implications for federal contractors, said Alan Chvotkin, vice president and counsel of the Professional Services Council.

Universal Health Services v. U.S., Chvotkin said, concerns False Claims Act issues. One key question is…..continue …read more

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