Article Date: 03/07/2014


Federal Circuit Considers Government Breach of Good Faith


In order to breach the implied warranty of good faith and fair dealing, it is not necessary that the government target a specific contractual benefit for reappropriation. Government conduct that has the effect of reappropriating a benefit conferred under the contract is a breach of the implied warranty.

 

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