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BAE Is Doing F-16 Victory Flyby Despite South Korea Defense Costs

May 2, 2018, BNA's Federal Contracts Report

Alan Pemberton and Ryan Burnette are quoted in a Federal Contracts Report article regarding a Fourth Circuit ruling that shielded BAE from liability under the Foreign Military Sales program. According to Pemberton and Burnette, although the court didn't definitively address the issue of foreign enforcement, the ruling is favorable for contractors overall because it doesn't “prevent contractors from coordinating with foreign governments prior to the formal submission of an FMS purchase request, but does make clear that these contractors will not be found responsible in domestic courts when things don't go as planned in discussions with the U.S. government.”

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