The Three Most Important Bid Protest Decisions of 2018Bradley attorneys Aron Beezley, Patrick Quigley, and Sarah Osborne  recently published a Law360 “Expert Analysis” article on the three most important bid protest decisions of 2018: Dell Federal Systems, L.P. v. United States, 906 F.3d 982 (Fed. Cir. 2018); PDS Consultants, Inc. v. United States, 907 F.3d 1345 (Fed. Cir. 2018); and Oracle America, Inc., B-416061, 2018 CPD ¶ 180 (Comp. Gen. May 31, 2018). The article—which is available on the Law360 website—provides an overview of these three cases, and provides insights on how they will shape the bid protest landscape going forward.

If you have any questions about the topics discussed in the article, please feel free to contact Aron Beezley, Patrick Quigley, or Sarah Osborne.

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Photo of Aron C. Beezley Aron C. Beezley

Aron Beezley is the co-leader of Bradley’s Government Contracts Practice Group. Ranked nationally in Government Contracts Law by Chambers in 2019-2020, named one of the “Top Attorneys Under 40” nationwide in Government Contracts Law by Law360 in 2016-2017, and listed in Washington, D.C.

Aron Beezley is the co-leader of Bradley’s Government Contracts Practice Group. Ranked nationally in Government Contracts Law by Chambers in 2019-2020, named one of the “Top Attorneys Under 40” nationwide in Government Contracts Law by Law360 in 2016-2017, and listed in Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers as a “Rising Star” in Government Contracts Law in 2014-2020, Aron’s vast experience includes representation of government contractors in a variety of industries and in all aspects of the government-contracting process, including negotiation, award, performance and termination. View articles by Aron

Photo of Patrick R. Quigley Patrick R. Quigley

Patrick Quigley’s practice is focused on litigating bid protests, contract claims, prime/subcontractor disputes, and small business size protests/appeals at the Government Accountability Office, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, boards of contract appeals, federal agencies, the Small Business Administration, and state courts. He…

Patrick Quigley’s practice is focused on litigating bid protests, contract claims, prime/subcontractor disputes, and small business size protests/appeals at the Government Accountability Office, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, boards of contract appeals, federal agencies, the Small Business Administration, and state courts. He conducts internal investigations and defends clients in False Claims Act litigation, government investigations, and suspension and debarment actions. Patrick conducts due diligence reviews of and advises on the government-contract aspects of business transactions, and counsels on procurement law compliance, federal employee ethics rules, teaming agreements, and conflict-of-interest mitigation plans.

Photo of Sarah Sutton Osborne Sarah Sutton Osborne

Sarah Osborne’s practice focuses on complex civil litigation. Within the Construction and Government Contracts Practice Group, Sarah has experience defending construction disputes and represents government contractors in prosecuting and defending bid protests before the Government Accountability Office and the United States Court…

Sarah Osborne’s practice focuses on complex civil litigation. Within the Construction and Government Contracts Practice Group, Sarah has experience defending construction disputes and represents government contractors in prosecuting and defending bid protests before the Government Accountability Office and the United States Court of Federal Claims.