• Government Contractors Can Invoke Lanham Act to Stop Competitors’ False Statements
  • January 5, 2012 | Authors: Mark D. Colley; Nicholas M. DePalma; Craig A. Holman; Randall K. Miller
  • Law Firms: Arnold & Porter LLP - Washington Office ; Arnold & Porter LLP - McLean Office ; Arnold & Porter LLP - Washington Office ; Arnold & Porter LLP - McLean Office
  • Competition is often fierce between government contractors bidding for work. When a competitor makes a false or misleading promotional statement—in a bid proposal, airport billboard, or even an email—one option for the disadvantaged party is a Lanham Act lawsuit, both to stop misleading statements and to recover damages. www.arnoldporter.com