Published: July 20, 2018

In a recent decision, the appellate division of the New Jersey Superior Court rejected a competing bidder’s challenge that the winning bid was deficient, finding that the bid’s deficiencies were immaterial and therefore waivable.  H&S Constr. and Mech., Inc. v. Westfield Pub.

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Published: December 1, 2014

Bid decisions by the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office (“AGO”) are not binding and government agencies are not required to follow them.

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Published: August 4, 2014

The New Jersey Supreme Court has affirmed a state agency’s decision to award a contract to the lowest bidder even though the bid did not comply with the scope-of-work requirements of a request for proposal.  Matthew J. Barrick, Jr. v. State of New Jersey, et al., (A-8/9-13) (072795) (N.J.

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