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Fogg Farms Fails

In James M. Fogg Farms, Inc. v. United States, the Court of Federal Claims held that a contract that failed to incorporate statutory provisions is not breached when the Government fails to comply with the statute.  Fogg Farms’s suit  alleged that it had entered into a...

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The Supreme Court’s Penchant for Raisins

The Supreme Court’s Penchant for Raisins

In the last two years, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear and has now issued two favorable rulings in what has become the most famous raisin case of all times—Horne v. United States Department of Agriculture. As our regular readers know, in Horne the petitioners...

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Taking Property, Taking Livelihoods

Taking Property, Taking Livelihoods

Former Chrysler Dealers Pursue Just Compensation After Government's Auto Bailout Forces Them To Close Uncompensated government takings impact lives. This is a sobering truth that tends to become lost in the dizzying maelstrom of legal proceedings that take place in...

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