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Fed. Circ. Implies Narrowing Of Claims Court Jurisdiction

Law360 (March 12, 2018, 12:09 PM EDT) -- In 2016, an Ohio property developer brought a bid protest at the Court of Federal Claims objecting to a lease solicitation from the General Services Administration. The developer claimed that the property description in the solicitation had changed from the description the GSA submitted to Congress to obtain funding. According to the developer, the GSA violated 40 U.S.C § 3307, the statute requiring submission of the description to Congress. The COFC denied the protest, ruling that the developer did not stand within the "zone of interests"...
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