Author Archives: Andrew Wible

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 […]