Architecture Co. Slams VA Suspension Over Ex-Exec's Fraud
Law360, New York (September 1, 2015, 9:44 PM EDT) -- An architecture and engineering firm claimed Monday in D.C. federal court that the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs wrongfully suspended it from competing for millions of dollars in government contracts after a former executive was indicted for bribery related to VA projects.
Buffalo-based Cannon Corp. in its complaint attacked the VA's decision to suspend the firm from competing for contracts with any government agency over allegations that former associate principal Mark Farmer gave cash to a former VA medical center director in exchange for nonpublic information about the VA's projects, claiming it had already suspended Farmer and implemented a rigorous compliance...
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