Concessionaires Can't Revive Suit Over Lost O'Hare Contract

Law360, New York (July 19, 2012, 1:51 PM EDT) -- An Illinois appeals court on Wednesday ruled that three companies disgruntled over the awarding of a 20-year Chicago O'Hare International Airport concessions contract haven't showed that the city's request for proposals had broken the law or breached a promise.

Chicago Aviation Partners and co-plaintiffs Duty Free Americas Inc. and Chicago Duty Free Shops had argued that Westfield Concessions Management II LLC's winning bid for a 20-year contract to redevelop concessions in the airport's Terminal 5 did not meet the city's standards laid out in the RFP...
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