Crowell & Moring has issued its seventh-annual “Litigation Forecast 2019: What Corporate Counsel Need to Know for the Coming Year.”
The section focusing on government contracts, “Bid Protests Enter A Shifting Landscape,” provides an overview of how the process of protesting the awarding of a federal contract might dramatically change in 2019.
Also of interest to contractors, the article, “DOJ: Putting Limits On Guidance,” which outlines how The DOJ’s Brand Memo may give health care contractors a new avenue of defense in FCA litigation, but its interpretation is still unclear.
The Forecast further explores the developing legal, regulatory, and technology developments affecting a wide range of companies in twelve areas of law: antitrust, corporate, cybersecurity, e-discovery, environmental, government contracts, health care, intellectual property, international trade, labor and employment, torts, and white collar.
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