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AFA Considerations For Gov't Contract Claims Litigation

Law360, New York (July 14, 2017, 11:57 AM EDT) -- Government contractors consider filing claims against the government for any number of reasons. Some common fact patterns include increased performance costs attributable to government action or delay; costs resulting from government-initiated contract termination; costs of remediating certain environmental pollution and toxic tort litigation (when covered by indemnification clauses); and other costs to which contractors are entitled by operation of contract or statute. Each of these circumstances share one central feature — when performing on behalf of the government, the contractor incurred additional expense for which the...
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