Tag Archives: Virginia

Enforcing Teaming Agreements in Virginia

This post was written by Alexander Y. Thomas, Lorraine M. Campos, Brent R. Gary, and Gregory S. Jacobs. Contractors routinely sign teaming agreements to evidence collaboration in pursuit of government business. But, what’s the value of a teaming agreement if you can’t enforce it? The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit’s recent … Continue Reading

Decision Do-Over? Future Uncertain for Virginia Decision Expanding Reach of Citizens United

Just as the 2012 political races are heating up and taking shape, Judge James Cacheris of the District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia expanded the reach of Citizens United v. FEC, 130 U.S. 876 (2010), by rendering unconstitutional limits on corporate contributions to federal candidates. In the opinion, filed May 26, 2011, Judge … Continue Reading