In this episode, host David B. Robbins welcomes Associate Moshe Broder, as they discuss recent GAO bid protest decisions and proposed rules that impact federal government contractors and award recipients.
In this episode, Partner David B. Robbins focuses on the minimum wage increase for federal government contractors, as well as recent bid protest and claims decisions.
In this episode, Partner David B. Robbins discusses recent bid protest and claims decisions affecting government contractors and grant recipients.
Host David B. Robbins welcomes Partner Cynthia J. Robertson; they discuss a new executive order on America’s supply chains, bid protest and claims decisions, and False Claims Act priorities affecting government contractors.
Partner David B. Robbins discusses recent developments affecting government contractors following the numerous executive actions signed after President Biden took office. The host also provides updates on recent bid protests, Board decisions, FAR cases, and DOJ’s False Claims Act statistics.
Partners David B. Robbins and Marc Van Allen analyze recent GAO bid protest reports for fiscal year 2020. They also examine a Federal Circuit appeals decision involving data rights, as well as provide updates on Section 3610 reimbursement claims and False Claims Act decisions.
Partners David B. Robbins and Marc Van Allen discuss recent developments facing government contractors and the changes to expect in the new year in this episode. They also examine proposed rule changes with the Department of Defense and Small Business Administration, as well as bid protest and ASBCA updates.
In this episode, Jenner & Block Partners David B. Robbins and Matthew L. Haws examine the consolidation of SBA mentor-protégé programs. They also discuss recent intellectual property developments with the validation of proprietary and technical data, bid protest updates, and a recent Federal Circuit reversal.
In this episode, Partners Marc A. Van Allen and David B. Robbins examine the new, and controversial, “Divisive Concepts” executive order prohibiting workplace training materials “teaching that men and members of certain races, as well as our most vulnerable institutions, are inherently sexist and racist.” The hosts also discuss recent case law updates and defective pricing trends.
In this episode, Partner Marc A. Van Allen and Special Counsel Carla J. Weiss examine an upcoming interim rule on certain Chinese telecommunication companies that will become effective next month. They also share developments about Section 3610 reimbursements offered by the CARES Act, as well as discuss the Peraton Inc. bid protest decision and recent fraud cases.