Cordatis wins protest over multi-million dollar bomb detection contract

Daniel Strouse and Josh Schnell recently won a protest where they persuaded the U.S. Court of Federal Claims to allow American K-9 Protection Group to keep its recently awarded contract to provide bomb detection services to the U.S. Postal Service.

Click here to read the Court’s decision in Global K9 Protection Group, LLC v. United States and American K-9 Detection Services, LLC

Click here to read  the Law360 article about the case: “Court Boots Another Biz From USPS Bomb Detection Deal.”  

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