Daily Archives: November 3, 2016

Defense Co. Wants $31M Security Contract Award Upheld

[Translate] Defense Co. Wants $31M Security Contract Award Upheld By Matthew Guarnaccia Law360, New York (October 27, 2016, 3:00 PM EDT) — A security contractor awarded more than $31 million in an arbitration dispute with a U.S. Department of Defense … Continue reading

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Food Supplier Pushes DOD Contract Claims At Fed. Circ.

[Translate] Food Supplier Pushes DOD Contract Claims At Fed. Circ. By Jimmy Hoover Law360, Washington (November 1, 2016, 6:13 PM EDT) — A Kuwaiti logistics contractor urged a Federal Circuit panel Tuesday to revive claims against the Department of Defense … Continue reading

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Afghans Likely Responsible For Contract Delay, ASBCA Rules

[Translate] Afghans Likely Responsible For Contract Delay, ASBCA Rules By Daniel Wilson Law360, Nashville (November 1, 2016, 8:10 PM EDT) — The Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals has denied summary judgment to Contrack International Inc. in a dispute over … Continue reading

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Ecuadoreans’ Battery Claims Tossed In DynCorp Spray Suit

[Translate] Ecuadoreans’ Battery Claims Tossed In DynCorp Spray Suit By Chuck Stanley Law360, Washington (November 2, 2016, 7:04 PM EDT) — A Washington, D.C., federal court has further pared down claims from Ecuadorean nationals who say DynCorp battered them with … Continue reading

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Lobbyist for Dakota Access Formerly Led Army’s “Restore Iraqi Oil” Program

[Translate] Lobbyist for Dakota Access Formerly Led Army’s “Restore Iraqi Oil” Program By Steve Horn • Thursday, November 3, 2016 – 03:58 Robert Crear, one of the lobbyists working for Dakota Access pipeline co-owners Energy Transfer Partners and Sunoco Logistics, … Continue reading

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Burn Pit Case Hearing to Start December 13, 2016

[Translate] Monday, October 17, 2016 Burn Pit Case Hearing to Start December 13, 2016 The Court will hold an evidentiary hearing on December 13 and 14, 2016 to determine whether the Court has subject matter jurisdiction to hear the lawsuit. … Continue reading

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Erik Prince: Choice Between Trump and Clinton Is Clear: ‘You’re Either Choosing America, or You’re Choosing Oblivion’

[Translate] Erik Prince: Choice Between Trump and Clinton Is Clear: ‘You’re Either Choosing America, or You’re Choosing Oblivion’ Joshua Roberts/REUTERS/Nancy Wiechec by John Hayward12 Oct 2016790 On Wednesday’s Breitbart News Daily, Sirius XM host Alex Marlow discussed leaked Hillary Clinton … Continue reading

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False Sanctuary: Australia, Ferrovial, and the Abuse of Refugees

[Translate] False Sanctuary: Australia, Ferrovial, and the Abuse of Refugees By Lauren Kelly-Jones Clifton Gardens, Sydney, Australia looking out towards the Heads On October 5, footage from Australia’s offshore refugee detention camps was projected onto the Australian High Commission building … Continue reading

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Leaked UNHCR report: Manus Island world’s worst

[Translate] Oct 8, 2016 Leaked UNHCR report: Manus Island world’s worst Martin McKenzie-Murray As the government prepares to meet with the UNHCR, urgent action is being demanded on mental decay. BEHROUZ BOOCHANI “I am human like you”: Iranian refugee Mehdi … Continue reading

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Australia has turned Nauru into an open-air prison

[Translate] Australia has turned Nauru into an open-air prison 17 October 2016, 10:10 UTC The Australian government is subjecting refugees and asylum seekers to an elaborate and cruel system of abuse – brazenly flouting international law – just to keep … Continue reading

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