Category Archives: Superior Knowledge

U.S. Court of Claims Denies Contractor’s “Superior Knowledge” Claim Against Owner Despite Owner’s Withholding of Reports That Would Have Revealed to Contractor Extent of Subsurface Deterioration of the Wharf to be Reconstructed

RDA Constr. Corp. v. United States, No. 11-555 C, 2017 U.S. Claims LEXIS 875 (Fed. Cl. July 27, 2017) This case arises out of a public construction project at the Newport Naval Station.  The Naval Facilities Engineering Command (“NAVFAC”) contracted … Continue reading

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Court of Federal Claims Determines That Government Contractor May Recover for Losses Attributable to Omissions and Inaccuracies in Data Provided By Government in Negotiated Procurement

Philadelphia Auth. for Indus. Dev. v. United States, 114 Fed. Cl. 519 (2014) In this action, the United States Court of Federal Claims denied the Government’s motions to dismiss and for summary judgment, holding that plaintiff had sufficiently pled and … Continue reading

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