Daily Archives: January 2, 2013

DOJ, Defense Lawyers Quarrel over Status of Blackwater Defendant

January 02, 2013 DOJ, Defense Lawyers Quarrel over Status of Blackwater Defendant Defense lawyers for a former Blackwater private security guard who was once charged with manslaughter in Washington are fighting the government’s assertion that he is still a defendant … Continue reading

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Establishing a Practical Solution for Tort Claims Against Private Military Contractors: Analyzing the Federal Tort Claims Act’s “Combatant Activities Exception” Via a Circuit Split

George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal Fall, 2012 23 Geo. Mason U. Civ. Rts. L.J. 109 COMMENT: Establishing a Practical Solution for Tort Claims Against Private Military Contractors: Analyzing the Federal Tort Claims Act’s “Combatant Activities Exception” Via a … Continue reading

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Campbell’s Soup: Due Process Concerns in Applying the Federal Anti-Bribery Statute to Noncitizen Government Contractors Overseas

The University of Chicago Legal Forum 2012 2012 U Chi Legal F 429 COMMENT: Campbell’s Soup: Due Process Concerns in Applying the Federal Anti-Bribery Statute to Noncitizen Government Contractors Overseas

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Millions in DOD-funded electric equipment for Afghanistan collecting dust

Millions in DOD-funded electric equipment for Afghanistan collecting dust Posted By Kevin Baron Tuesday, December 18, 2012 – 12:02 PM    Stop us if you’ve heard this one before. The United states hires a private contractor to complete a major … Continue reading

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