Bid Protest Litigation

  • SBA Bid Protest disputing 8(a) status and size determination of awardee resulting in cancellation of award and a re-bid.
  • Bid Protest on Best Value to Government resulting in a compromise with the Government awarding a portion of the contract to protestor.
  • Pre-Award Bid Protest granted based on Superior Knowledge of the Government.
  • Bid Protests Contract Reversal due to Improper Evaluations of Offerors.
  • Corrective Action of Bid Protest with division of award elements and options.
  • Successfully defended a 120 million dollar contract.
  • Negotiated a settlement which earned a company a 60 million dollar contract.
  • Bid Protest of award of follow-on contract to another contractor without notice to incumbent.
  • Bid Protest and Intervenor for security company, construction company, aerospace company, defense munitions manufacturer; services contract.
  • Reverse Auction – challenge to the evaluation process after the bidding ended; and challenge to the procedures that FedBid utilized prior to bidding and after submittal to the government. The government took corrective action in lieu of a written GAO decision sustaining the protest.
  • Protest for a national service placement company on the evaluation process in making an award in violation of the terms of the solicitation. Government took corrective action in lieu of a GAO decision sustaining the protest. Issues including cost realism, unequal bidder discussions, and evaluation in violation of solicitation requirements.
  • Intervenor action for a multi-level parts broker and manufacturer in which corrective action was intensely negotiated with the government, intervenor, and protester dividing the contract equally between the protester and intervenor.
  • Protest of an award of sole source contract when competition existed. Protest sustained.
  • Protest of GFE advantage for awardee; and Task Orders over 10 million dollars versus cumulative task orders under the same contract totaling 10 million.
  • Protest sustained of improper cost realism added to some bidders.
  • Agency Level Protest of solicitation slated towards a contract and its products. Agency sustained the protest and re-solicited the contract after re-writing the solicitation so that there was full, fair and open competition.
  • Agency level protest of unequal treatment of bidders with resulting re-evaluations of bids.
  • Successfully defended a bid protest challenge/intervenor action to defend a manufacturing company’s 136 million dollar award.
  • Our client, a ship building company, protested an award of a 100 million dollar contract we negotiated a resolution of an award between the intervenor and the agency resulting in 55 million dollar contract to our client.