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Former Navy official becomes 11th person to plead guilty in ‘Fat Leonard’ bribery scandal

Former Navy official becomes 11th person to plead guilty in ‘Fat Leonard’ bribery scandal By Craig Whitlock June 23 at 2:45 PM An undated handout photo of Leonard Glenn Francis, also known as Fat Leonard, a Malaysian defense contractor who … Continue reading

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Northrop Trying To Delay Contract Trial, DynCorp Says

Northrop Trying To Delay Contract Trial, DynCorp Says By Bryan Koenig Law360, Washington (June 6, 2016, 7:24 PM ET) — DynCorp blasted prime contractor Northrop in Virginia federal court Monday for trying to avoid returning to state court with a … Continue reading

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When Do Inconsistent Contract Interpretations Preclude Reformation?

When Do Inconsistent Contract Interpretations Preclude Reformation? Morris James LLP USA June 8 2016 In Underwriters at Lloyd’s, London v. DynCorp, No. 5421-JJ (Del. Ch. Mar. 24, 2016), Underwriters at Lloyd’s sought reformation of certain aviation liability insurance policies issued … Continue reading

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Northrop Takes DynCorp Contract Row To Fed. Court

Northrop Takes DynCorp Contract Row To Fed. Court By Daniel Wilson Law360, Washington (May 16, 2016, 8:00 PM ET) — A Northrop Grumman unit has removed to Virginia federal court a dispute over whether DynCorp overcharged the U.S. Department of … Continue reading

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Humanitarian Law and Direct Participation in Hostilities by Private Contractors or Civilian Employees

Humanitarian Law and Direct Participation in Hostilities by Private Contractors or Civilian Employees

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THE PRIVATIZATION OF THE USE OF FORCE MEETS THE LAW OF STATE RESPONSIBILITY

THE PRIVATIZATION OF THE USE OF FORCE MEETS THE LAW OF STATE RESPONSIBILITY

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THE BATTLEFIELD PREEMPTION DOCTRINE: PREEMPTING TORT CLAIMS AGAINST CONTRACTORS ON THE BATTLEFIELD TO PRESERVE FEDERAL INTERESTS IN WARTIME MATTERS

THE BATTLEFIELD PREEMPTION DOCTRINE: PREEMPTING TORT CLAIMS AGAINST CONTRACTORS ON THE BATTLEFIELD TO PRESERVE FEDERAL INTERESTS IN WARTIME MATTERS

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PRIVATE MILITARY CONTRACTOR LIABILITY UNDER THE WORLDWIDE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE SERVICES II CONTRACT

PRIVATE MILITARY CONTRACTOR LIABILITY UNDER THE WORLDWIDE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE SERVICES II CONTRACT

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PAYING THE PIPER: HOW THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT SHIFTED PERFORMANCE RISK TO THE CONTRACTOR BY REDEFINING COST REASONABLENESS

PAYING THE PIPER: HOW THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT SHIFTED PERFORMANCE RISK TO THE CONTRACTOR BY REDEFINING COST REASONABLENESS

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Navy admiral to plead guilty in ‘Fat Leonard’ corruption scandal

Navy admiral to plead guilty in ‘Fat Leonard’ corruption scandal Rear Adm. Robert Gilbeau (U.S. Navy) By Craig Whitlock June 9 at 12:03 PM A one-star Navy admiral will plead guilty today to lying to federal investigators in the “Fat … Continue reading

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