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This section provides useful news and resources such as links to information and assistance sites for legal matters, articles published by Cohen Mohr attorneys, representative cases, and various policies and procedures relevant to our practice areas.

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Cordatis protest win snatches victory from the jaws of defeat

A Cordatis team consisting of Daniel Strouse, Pablo Nichols, Jason Moy, and Rhina Cardenal recently won a post-award protest on behalf of our client ITillity, LLC. In the protest, Cordatis persuaded GAO that the Department of...
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Medical Marijuana and Security Clearances

Bill Savarino and Rhina Cardenal successfully defended the security clearance of an individual facing accusations related to the use of medical marijuana. After Mr. Savarino and Ms. Cardenal presented their case, the Defense Office of Hearings...
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“Judge Criticizes USPS as K-9 Screening Contract ‘Saga’ Ends”

Law360 recently published an article highlighting Daniel Strouse and Josh Schnell's successful representation of our client in a multi-year protest of a major USPS procurement for bomb-detection services. During the course of this long-running protest, our...
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New DoD Rule increases the domestic content requirements for certain contracts

On February 14, 2024, the Department of Defense (DoD) issued a final rule that changes the domestic-sourcing requirements for DoD procurements subject to the Buy-America Act. When applicable, this final rule generally requires contractors to supply...
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Cordatis successfully defends the IRS’s award of a BPA award to Allicent Technology, LLC

A Cordatis team consisting of Daniel Strouse and John O'Brien successfully defended the award of an IRS BPA to Allicent Technology, LLC. In defending the award, Cordatis rebutted the protestor's arguments about the IRS's evaluation and...
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Afghan Company Says Taliban Takeover Doesn’t Stop Contract Case

A Cordatis team consisting of Norah Molnar, Josh Schnell, and Jason Moy are representing an Afghan contractor in a U.S. Court of Federal Claims case that raises issues of first impression under the Reciprocity Act.  Click...