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Contractor Software Licenses Eyed as Senate Panel Advances Bill

Contractors selling software to the government are on notice to play nice with rivals as a Senate panel advanced a bill Wednesday that would make agencies keep better track of what software they’re buying and what limits vendors are placing on licenses.

Blue Cross RICO Suit Against Regeneron Paused Pending DOJ Case

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts Inc.'s suit accusing Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. of engaging in a kickback scheme to boost sales of its macular degeneration drug, Eylea, will be stayed pending resolution of the Justice Department’s similar suit, a Massachusetts federal district court said.

US Accounting Win Over Boeing Not ‘Bullet Proof,’ Attorney Says

The US government’s defeat of Boeing Co.'s government contract cost-accounting lawsuit on jurisdictional grounds was a big letdown for the federal contracting community, but the decision could be vulnerable if the company appeals, according to several government contracts attorneys.

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Coronavirus and Force Majeure Clauses

Covid-19 has legal teams exploring whether to turn to a rarely tested section of their contracts: the force majeure, or act of god, clause.

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