DynCorp Can't Shake Iraqi Subcontractor's $1.2M Claims

Law360, New York (May 28, 2013, 5:41 PM EDT) -- A Virginia federal judge on Friday rejected DynCorp International's bid for summary judgment in a security subcontractor's suit alleging it provided $1.2 million in payments for renovations in Iraq to the wrong bank, finding that the agents that received DynCorp's payments didn't have “implied authority.”

The order sends to trial a debate over a DynCorp contract to renovate villas for the Iraqi judiciary, in order decide whether DynCorp must repay Projects Management Co. for money that was wired to the bank of one of its executives....
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