I previously blogged about the rules relating to pass-through claims, where a prime contractor’s recovery from an owner for damages suffered by its subcontractor is limited in certain circumstances. In the post, I talked about a “past-through-plus” claim based upon the Severin doctrine, which provides a prime contractor cannot sue an owner on behalf
No Lump on the Head for One Contractor’s Failure to Follow Public Bid Instructions
By Matthew DeVries on
Posted in Best Practices, Bid Protest, Federal Construction
In our house of chaos, rules are especially important. And when you don’t follow the rules—like no jumping on the furniture—you could end up with a lump on your head. Just ask Jackson.
In the world of government contracts, you know that rules, instructions, and directions should be followed precisely. In the case of Silver …