Edward Fultz

Reed Smith LLP


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GAO sustains pre-award protest challenging a solicitation as unduly restrictive.

USA - June 15 2022 In a recent U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) decision, the watchdog sustained a pre-award protest filed by an offeror alleging that the…

Karim Alhassan, Liza Craig, Eric M. Manski, Joshuah Turner

GAO dismisses pre-award bid protest as untimely

USA - June 6 2022 On April 25, 2022, the Government Accountability Office ("GAO") dismissed a protest that Defense Solutions Group, LLC ("DSG") had filed which…

Karim Alhassan, Liza Craig, Joshuah Turner

GAO sustains protest where agency fails to establish a competitive range and engages in unequal discussions only with the awardee

USA - May 17 2022 On April 25, 2022, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) sustained a protest filed by Rice Solutions LLC, challenging the award of a Department…

Karim Alhassan, Liza Craig

The Kids Online Safety Act

USA - February 24 2022 On February 16, 2022, Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) and Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) introduced legislation called the Kids Online Safety Act…

Sarah Bruno, John P. Feldman, Elle Todd

Reliance on sweepstakes official rules to avoid litigation requires publication

USA - October 6 2021 No one who plans and operates a promotional sweepstakes wants to litigate over the prizes. But one of the primary reasons an operator wants a set of…

John P. Feldman