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The U.S. Navy acted rationally when it rated DynCorp’s bid on a helicopter maintenance support deal higher than incumbent Vertex Aerospace's bid and ultimately awarded DynCorp the $306.5 million contract, a Court of Federal Claims judge ruled in a decision released Monday.
A former doctor and his business partner have each been sentenced to 33 months in prison for their roles in a $7.1 million Medicare fraud scheme at three Las Vegas hospice and home health care agencies, according to the U.S. attorney for the District of Nevada.
Two companies on Monday urged the Federal Circuit to force the U.S. Court of Federal Claims to allow them access to Virginia-based software firm Vidsys Inc.’s source code for a security system the companies allege may infringe three of their patents.
When changes in clean energy regulations lead to investor disputes, domestic companies may be limited to challenging regulatory changes in local courts, but investors from abroad can often seek remedies under international law, say attorneys at WilmerHale.
The former general counsel for Wynn Resorts urged a Massachusetts federal court on Monday to toss a Boston racetrack's $1 billion suit accusing Wynn and others of conspiring to cheat it out of a casino license, saying it hasn’t shown there was a racketeering conspiracy among the defendants.