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A Kentucky appellate court improperly dumped the entire dispute resolution process detailed in a municipal sewer construction contract, the state’s Supreme Court said Thursday, finding that state law allows courts to selectively remove illegal contractual provisions while keeping everything else.
The American Cable Association is urging the Federal Communications Commission to take a conservative approach in its plans to clear the C-band, saying that if not handled carefully, companies already using the band could be harmed.
The Court of Federal Claims on Thursday allowed Amazon Web Services to intervene in Oracle’s protest over the U.S. Department of Defense’s $10 billion JEDI cloud computing acquisition, after Amazon said it should have a chance to address conflict of interest allegations involving the company.
A Louis Berger Group Inc. unit was slapped Friday in New Jersey federal court with class claims the company improperly failed to pay overtime to workers involved in government-funded recovery efforts in Puerto Rico following Hurricanes Irma and Maria last year.
A ground services company at John F. Kennedy International Airport agreed Thursday to pay $12.3 million to settle claims it paid kickbacks for contracts with British Airways and others at Kennedy and airports across the country, according to the New York State Attorney General’s Office.