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Fair or not? Company pays for bid protest legal fees
Friday - 4/22/2011, 3:23pm EDT
A company called Livanta is stuck with legal fees after related to its bid for a contract with Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Livanta protested the loss and lost the protest. The company asked the Government Accountability Office to make CMS pay its legal fees. GAO said no.
William Welch chairs the government contracts group at the General Counsel law firm and he tells us why.
Read Welch's article in Washington Business Journal.