Lawyers faced with government contract controversies can easily find themselves in a hopeless quandary. If the matter cannot be settled administratively, the course of judicial review is a unique and unfamiliar one, with a vast number of pitfalls-pitfalls whose size and location seem to change with each new decision rendered by the Court of Claims. This article attempts to exhaustively chart the pitfalls and the course to be followed for effective handling of a review. It is an invaluable aid to the practitioner.
The Court of Claims and the Wunderlich Act: Trends in Judicial Review,
1966 Duke Law Journal
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