Gov’t Contracts Policy And Cases To Watch In 2017

Law360, Nashville (January 2, 2017, 1:03 PM EST) -- The direction federal contracting policy will take under the new administration remains somewhat vague, but there are hints available about what may be coming, and a number of pending court cases could also help shape the government contracts landscape in 2017.

Possible Policy Changes

The unprecedented, and somewhat unexpected, victory of President-elect Donald Trump has left attorneys and other pundits scrambling to work out exactly what the new administration will do, with the new president’s positions not fitting into any traditional political framework.

For government contractors and their counsel, the specifics of what will happen are largely still up in the...

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