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DC Circ. Mulls Iraqi immunity in $ 89million government contract



By Nadia Dreid (September 23, 2021, 10:34 p.m. EDT) – The DC Circuit asked Thursday whether Iraq was immune from a court order requiring it to settle $ 89 million in unpaid bills from a broken military contract, a decision which can be summed up as whether the contractor’s work was “based on” actions in the United States.

Military contractor Wye Oak Technology Inc. has been battling with Iraq over an unpaid contract signed in 2004 for about a decade now, which culminated in 2019 with a DC federal court ruling ordering the country to pay more. $ 120 million in damages. $ 89 million were unpaid invoices, …

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