Ladys Island Government Contract Lawyer, South Carolina

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James J. Wegmann

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

SLOAN CONST. v. Southco Grassing

... intended to protect contractors by creating bonding requirements, and because the subcontractors are the only ones with a financial stake in enforcing the bond requirements, subcontractors are direct third-party beneficiaries to the contract between a government entity and a ...

Anonymous Taxpayer v. Dept. of Revenue

... right to the tax exemption; even assuming there was a contract, there was 432 no substantial impairment of the contract; if there was a substantial impairment, repeal of the tax exemption was reasonable and necessary to carry out the legitimate government purpose; and repeal ...

STEVENS AVIATION, INC. v. DynCORP INTERNATIONAL LLC.

... Tech., 535 F.3d at 1344 ("[T]his court has been reluctant to find that statutory or regulatory provisions are incorporated into a contract with the government unless the contract explicitly provides for their incorporation." (internal quotation marks omitted)). ...