Bid Protests: A Guide to Challenging Federal Procurements

    By Andrew E Shipley and Daniel Chudd

    Bid Protests: A Guide to Challenging Federal Procurements

    Bid Protests: A Guide to Challenging Federal Procurements

    By Andrew E Shipley and Daniel Chudd

    Available May 3

    Equips lawyers with a practical guide to the bid protest process with respect to federal procurements.

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    Starting with a historical overview of how bid protests arose in the first place and the jurisdictional authority behind each of the various protest forums, the book discusses the various considerations involved in deciding whether and in which forum to protest. The book delves into the various procedural requirements associated with each forum, the differences between pre-award and post-award protests, and examine the types of protest grounds that succeed and those that do not.

    1. The History of Protest Jurisdiction
    2. Comparing Protest Forums
    3. Who May Protest, and When, and Whether to Do So
    4. Stays, Overrides, and Injunctions
    5. Protective Orders
    6. Grounds of Protest
    7. What Lies Ahead

    Product Details

    Sponsors

    Section of Public Contract Law

    Publishers

    ABA Book Publishing

    ISBN

    9781641058674

    Product Code

    5390299

    Trim Size

    7x10 Paperback

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