Prohibition on Contract Awards to Companies That Were Formerly Based in the United States


On January 29, 2013, a final rule was issued prohibiting the award of contracts to inverted domestic corporations. The final rule requires an offeror to represent that it is not an inverted domestic corporation and creates potential liability if the contractor’s legal status changes after the contract is awarded.

To learn more about this, click here to read the client alert that was written by John Jensen and Evan Wesser.