Joshua Ecuyer Comments on Recent Public Bid Law Case in the Louisiana Bar Journal
Joshua Ecuyer recently authored “Protesting Bidder Must Timely File Suit for Injunctive Relief Once Grounds for Bid Rejection Become Known” for the April/May 2022 edition of the Louisiana Bar Journal. In his article, Ecuyer evaluates the recent decision of Louisiana’s Second Circuit in Geosport Lighting Sys. v. City of Bossier, involving an aggrieved bidder who filed suit following rejection of its bid by a public entity. There, the court re-affirmed the principle that a bid protestor must timely file suit for injunctive relief once the ground for the bid rejection becomes known or risks losing its right to protest. To read the full article, please click here.