Archives: Andrew Wible

Grant and Cooperative Agreement Protests: A Changed Landscape

John O’Brien and Andrew Wible discuss the ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Hymas v. United States, 810 F.3d 1312 (Fed. Cir. 2016), which all but eliminated the Tucker Act as an avenue to challenge an adverse grant decision.  

An Exception to Full Faith and Credit, Or The Tyranny of the Clerk’s Office: Dealing with the Aftermath of Ahmad Hamad Al Gosaibi & Bros. Co. v. Standard Chartered Bank, 98 A.3d 998 (D.C. 2014)
Sharp Electronics Corp. v. McHugh: The Not-So-Bright-Line

In Sharp Electronics Corp. v. McHugh, referred to in this article as ‘‘Sharp III,’’ the Federal Circuit, for the first time, addressed the interpretation and application of FAR 8.406-6, the 10-year-old Disputes Clause applicable to claims under the Contract Disputes Act of 19782 (CDA) submitted in connection with Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) contracts. The Disputes […]