Judge rules against NSTec and Honeywell in Leidos case
As expected, this was over fast and went against the intervention. Next up is likely to be the Court ruling against DoE and in favor of Leidos.
"Contractor teams looking to plead their cases on a contract dispute between Leidos Holdings Inc. (NYSE: LDOS) and the Department of Energy won’t be able to, with a federal court denying their motions to intervene last Thursday, according to court documents filed Tuesday.
Court of Federal Claims Judge Loren Smith ruled that the contractor teams looking to get in on the dispute “have no real interest in this dispute, as 'interest' is legally understood,” according to court documents."
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