Law360 (July 17, 2020, 8:06 PM EDT) -- This year has seen the conclusion of a number of blockbuster lawsuits in the government contracting sphere, but cases that garnered less attention also changed the legal landscape for federal contractors.
Under-the-radar decisions from the first half of 2020 clarify the rules for debriefings that take place after unsuccessful contract bids and the significance of an agency's inaction when a company doesn't follow contractual requirements.
Here are five lesser-known rulings that have affected contractors this year:
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