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Crystal-Ball Jurisprudence Critiqued


In the ABA's latest edition of the Public Contract Law Journal (Winter 2009), Crowell & Moring's Rick Claybrook suggests in his article, Please Check Your Crystal Ball at the Courtroom Door--A Call for the Judiciary in Bid Protest Actions to Let Agencies Do Their Job, that the CFC and Federal Circuit need to reanalyze their review and use of the prejudice standard in bid protest actions. He suggests that the courts usurp the procuring agency's function when they prognosticate what the agency will do upon remand of an illegal procurement and outlines a more deferential prejudice standard.

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