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Government Contract Law Cases

Author : Air Force Institute of Technology (U.S.). School of Systems and Logistics
ISBN : UOM:39015030530391
Genre : Public contracts
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Government Contract Law Cases

Author : James O. Mahoy
ISBN : STANFORD:36105211319996
Genre : Government publications
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Government Contract Law

Author : Ohio State University. Defense Management Center
ISBN : MINN:31951002663334B
Genre : Public contracts
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Government Contract Law

Author : Charles Tiefer
ISBN : STANFORD:36105063650266
Genre : Law
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This new book revises, and adds new foci, to the authors' predecessor casebook Government Contract Law: Cases and Materials (2d ed. 2004). It retains the core chapters for a syllabus on the basics of government contracting law. The authors update the core chapters with short, student-friendly, tightly-edited cases. Many cases date from the 2000s, with most of the rest from the 1990s. These present current understandings of issues and doctrines in this rapidly evolving field. As new foci, the authors have greatly expanded the number of specialized chapters treating increasingly important topics. New chapters cover such fast-changing specialties as commercial and IDIQ contracting, intellectual property, health care, construction, government and contractor workforce, false claims and defective pricing, and government takings. Also, the book treats new procedures including protests of task order awards and claims for government breaches of contract. Dozens of fresh notes by the authors cover recent developments such as government acquisition of property rights in software, and contracting in the Afghan and Iraq wars. Tiefer and Shook bring academic and practitioner experience and expertise to their treatment of government contract law.
Category: Law

Government Contract Law In The Twenty First Century

Author : Charles Tiefer
ISBN : 1594608040
Genre : Law
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This new book revises, and adds new foci, to the authors' predecessor casebook Government Contract Law: Cases and Materials (2d ed. 2004). It retains the core chapters for a syllabus on the basics of government contracting law. The authors update the core chapters with short, student-friendly, tightly-edited cases. Many cases date from the 2000s, with most of the rest from the 1990s. These present current understandings of issues and doctrines in this rapidly evolving field.As new foci, the authors have greatly expanded the number of specialized chapters treating increasingly important topics. New chapters cover such fast-changing specialties as commercial and IDIQ contracting, intellectual property, health care, construction, government and contractor workforce, false claims and defective pricing, and government takings. Also, the book treats new procedures including protests of task order awards and claims for government breaches of contract.Dozens of fresh notes by the authors cover recent developments such as government acquisition of property rights in software, and contracting in the Afghan and Iraq wars. Tiefer and Shook bring academic and practitioner experience and expertise to their treatment of government contract law.
Category: Law

The Development Of Modern Government Contract Law

Author : C. Stanley Dees
ISBN : 1454886269
Genre : Business & Economics
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This unique resource identifies and analyzes fourteen major legal issues in government contract law and highlights three important legislative changes that have occurred over the past 50 years and altered the practice of law. Authored by C. Stanley Dees, who was directly involved in many of the landmark cases examined here, this one-of-a-kind resource delivers a level of insight and historical perspective no other reference can match. Only The Development of Modern Government Contract Law: A Personal Perspective describes the evolution of government contract law and practice, thoroughly examining each of the subject areas and delivering unmatched insight and analysis. No book today provides the personal perspective of a practitioner who tried or argued key cases in many of these important areas. With The Development of Modern Government Contract Law, you'll gain: Important insight to case law controlling fourteen separate major legal issues in government contract law Thorough analysis of the three important legislative changes that occurred over the past half-century which altered the way attorneys practice Direct insights into approaches to managing apparently contradictory precedents As government contract law becomes increasingly complex, every legal professional must understand the elemental issues that structure the law. The past half century has formed the foundation period of modern government contract law, and C. Stanley Dees has been directly involved every step of the way. Quite simply, it would be difficult to develop true expertise in this practice area without taking advantage of the insights and analysis provided in this unique work on government contract law. Extensively researched, thoroughly footnoted, and with a full Table of Cases, The Development of Modern Government Contract Law: A Personal Perspective covers: Early Government Contract Law Incorporating Clauses by Operation of Law: The G.L. Christian Case Constructive Acceleration: The Electronic & Missile Facilities, Inc. Case Fact Versus Judgment: The E-Systems Case Allocation of Necessary Costs to Overhead: The General Dynamics Case Cardinal Changes--Breach to Bid Protest: AT&T Communications v. Wiltel Illegal Contracts: Before and After the AT&T Case Recovery of Unabsorbed Overhead: The Eichleay Formula, Used and Abused Structural Reform: Legislative Changes 1978-84 Loss of the Shuttle Challenger: The Changing Practice of Law GSA Procurement of Telecommunications and the "Mother" of All Bid Protests Fixed-Price Procurements for Development of Major Systems: Lockheed, Litton, General Dynamics, et al. Recovery of Interest: A History of Inequity and Error The Administrative Procedure Act: Jurisdiction in Contract Cases The Federal Circuit: Changing Direction? [Five areas where the court has reversed precedents] The Development of Modern Government Contract Law: A Personal Perspective is a foundational, must-have resource for every legal professional practicing in the government contracts arena, delivering invaluable insights and perspective that will directly inform the reader how to manage specific legal issues.
Category: Business & Economics

The Public Law Of Government Contracts

Author : Anne C. L. Davies
ISBN : IND:30000122184173
Genre : Law
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This text offers an in-depth examination of the law on government contracts and develops a challenging approach which views government contracts from a public law perspective as opposed to a matter for private law.
Category: Law

Government Contracts

Author : Nicholas Seddon
ISBN : 1862879133
Genre : Contracts
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Government Contracts 5th edition is the new edition of a work that has now been in existence for some seventeen years. It is Australia's definitive legal text on all levels of government contracting, which focuses on the legal issues that may arise in connection with government contracts and which have no parallel in the private sector.It explains the law in a manner that government contract managers, and their private sector counterparts doing business with government, will find indispensable. Presented in plain English, it is equally accessible to lay readers and lawyers. Law students will also benefit from the up to date case law, relevant policy developments and legislation relating to government contracting, including procurement and outsourcing.Authoritative and respected, Government Contracts has been referred to in State and Federal court cases, in the High Court and in government policy documents.New material in this 5th edition includes:the application of, and exemption from, the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) and the accompanying Australian Consumer Law to government at all three levels;a new section in Chapter 6 covers the application of the troublesome proportionate liability law to government at all levels;the impact of the High Court's decisions in Pape and Williams on the Commonwealth's spending power;coverage of the High Court's decision in Port of Portland Pty Ltd v Victoria;the anomalies created in New South Wales and Queensland by legislation that removes corporate status from local government bodies;treatment of tendering in Chapters 7 and 8 draws on new Australian case law and cases from other countries with similar legal systems to Australia, in particular Canada.As always with Seddon's work, a careful re-consideration of every aspect of the book has been undertaken providing clarity and comprehensive sources for the reader. This new edition is current to 30 November 2012 and is an indispensable resource for lawyers, government contract managers and their private sector counterparts. AUTHOR'S NOTE - LOCAL GOVERNMENT QUEENSLANDIn the Preface, Chapter 4 at [4.2] and Chapter 6 at [6.6] and [6.10], attention is drawn to the fact that Queensland local government bodies are not bodies corporate. This anomaly has now been corrected by an amendment that came into effect on 1 February 2013 - see Local Government Act 2009 (Qld) s 11.
Category: Contracts

The Law Of Government Contracts

Author : Robert Preston Shealey
ISBN : STANFORD:36105044208747
Genre : Public contracts
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Public Contract Newsletter

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105060609562
Genre : Public contracts
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Government Contract Law Cases

Author : Air Force Institute of Technology (U.S.). School of Systems and Logistics
ISBN : UOM:39015030530391
Genre : Public contracts
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Understanding Government Contract Law

Author : Terrence M. O'Connor
ISBN : 9781523096350
Genre : Business & Economics
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A “back-to-basics” guide to government contract law Finally! A plain-English presentation of the basic legal concepts of government contract law for professionals at any stage in their careers. Until now, anyone in the procurement field has had to trudge through dense and complex texts written in hard-to-follow “legalese” in their quest to understand procurement law. With Understanding Government Contract Law, they finally have a source of clear and concise explanations of the legal principles involved in government contract law, written by an authority on the subject. Part I of the book focuses on the unique problems facing each of the parties to a government contract – the contract officer and the contractor – and offers insight to the many roles played by the contract officer in the procurement process. Part II describes why and how the government contract is different from commercial contracts. Part III explores the ins and outs of a government contract lawsuit. The author presents key legal principles of government contract law by: • Stating a legal principle • Specifying where in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) that principle is found • Offering the rationale, context, and any public policy behind the principle • Describing, with case law examples, situations where the government applied the law correctly and situations where the government came to that conclusion incorrectly
Category: Business & Economics