Navy Contractor Says Rival Can’t Use Info From Prior Suit

Law360 (October 15, 2020, 8:51 PM EDT) — A U.S. Navy contractor urged a D.C. federal court to toss out claims it hurt its competitor’s business with unfavorable testimony in a separate dispute between the competitor and the Navy, saying that the testimony is privileged.

Global Defense Logistics SRL hit back Wednesday at MLS-Multinational Logistic Services Ltd.’s complaint that it committed tortious interference by intervening in 2018 in a bid protest MLS had launched against the Navy. According to MLS, a statement from GDL employee Edwin Myhre endorsing a change in the Navy’s contract language was calculated to ingratiate GDL with the military branch and harm MLS’ standing….

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Small Business Property Insurance Info: What Are Factors That Affect the Cost of Coverage?

No matter how big or small your business property is, it's a good idea to have it insured. You never know when somebody might become injured on it, or when a thief might steal something or cause damage to it. There are also natural disasters to worry about, like fire and hail. Like any type of insurance, the internet is filled with information about small business property insurance, some of which is useless information and some very helpful.

The cost of insurance varies depending on multiple factors. Some providers will allow small business owners to include commercial property insurance in a BOP (business owner's policy), which is basically a bundled package of various types of insurance. In some instances, the cost of the package as a whole is actually less than the underlying policies if you were to purchase them separately.

Here are some of the factors that will affect … Read More