Jan L. Budman II
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Jan L. Budman II

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Harrisburg, PA
 
 
 
  • Won a favorable appellate court decision due to an administrative agency’s failure to follow the terms of its own request for proposal that reversed the agency’s determination denying the client’s bid protest that opposed the award of a five-year $160 mil
    Won a favorable appellate court decision due to an administrative agency’s failure to follow the terms of its own request for proposal that reversed the agency’s determination denying the client’s bid protest that opposed the award of a five-year $160 million contract to the client’s competitor to supply pharmaceutical services to inmates at Pennsylvania’s state correctional institutions.
  • Won a favorable determination at the administrative agency level on a bid protest filed on behalf of a health care client that resulted in the cancellation of a $7.9 million award to the client’s competitor and the opportunity for the client to participat
    Won a favorable determination at the administrative agency level on a bid protest filed on behalf of a health care client that resulted in the cancellation of a $7.9 million award to the client’s competitor and the opportunity for the client to participate in the re-bid of the procurement.
  • AT&T Corp. v. Commonwealth of Pa., Dep’t of General Svcs.
    Docket No. 32 CD 2011
    Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania
  • In Re: Protest of Centric Group, LLC
    In Re: Protest of Centric Group, LLC
    Docket No. 2010-04
    Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of General Services
  • BosWell Pharmacy Svcs. v. Commonwealth of Pa., Dep’t of Corrections
    BosWell Pharmacy Svcs. v. Commonwealth of Pa., Dep’t of Corrections
    Docket No. 1532 CD 2008
    Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania
  • Safeguarded a client’s large noncoal surface mining permit issued by the Department of Environmental Protection despite a well-organized citizen challenge on appeal to the Environmental Hearing Board.
  • Won a unanimous jury verdict, including damages, following a three-day trial in favor of a corporate client owner of a large commercial property based upon an adjacent property owner’s violations of the Pennsylvania Storage Tank and Spill Prevention Act f
    Won a unanimous jury verdict, including damages, following a three-day trial in favor of a corporate client owner of a large commercial property based upon an adjacent property owner’s violations of the Pennsylvania Storage Tank and Spill Prevention Act for petroleum contamination detected on client’s property that prevented a sale.
  • Vickie Pearl v. Commonwealth of Pa., Dep’t of General Svcs.
    Vickie Pearl v. Commonwealth of Pa., Dep’t of General Svcs.
    Docket No. AP 2011-0843
    Office of Open Records
  • Integrated Biometric Tech., LLC v. Commonwealth of Pa., Dep’t of Gen. Svcs.
    Integrated Biometric Tech., LLC v. Commonwealth of Pa., Dep’t of Gen. Svcs.
    22 A.3d 303 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2011)
    Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania
  • In Re: Protest of IPRO
    In Re: Protest of IPRO
    Docket No. 2011-03
    Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of General Services
  • Tipton et al. v. ViaQuest Behavioral Health of Pa., et al.
    Tipton et al. v. ViaQuest Behavioral Health of Pa., et al.
    2010 WL 5258473 (E.D. Pa. 2010).
    United States District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
  • Secured the dismissal of all claims against a large health care client for alleged violations of a minor’s Fourth and Fourteenth Amendment rights, brought pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1983, after convincing the federal court in a 12(b)(6) motion to dismiss tha
    Secured the dismissal of all claims against a large health care client for alleged violations of a minor’s Fourth and Fourteenth Amendment rights, brought pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1983, after convincing the federal court in a 12(b)(6) motion to dismiss that none of the tests used to determine state action under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 claims applied to the client.
  • Resolved a complex dispute between two partners that involved a feud over a successful manufacturing business and real property.
  • Secured a preliminary injunction against an administrative agency for violations of the bid protest procedures found in the Pennsylvania Procurement Code on behalf of an international gaming and lottery client that halted a $350 million contract set for e
    Secured a preliminary injunction against an administrative agency for violations of the bid protest procedures found in the Pennsylvania Procurement Code on behalf of an international gaming and lottery client that halted a $350 million contract set for execution with the incumbent vendor.
  • Nancy Parks, et al. v. Commonwealth of Pa., Dep’t of Envtl. Protection, et al.
    Nancy Parks, et al. v. Commonwealth of Pa., Dep’t of Envtl. Protection, et al.
    EHB Docket No. 2006-199-L
    Environmental Hearing Board
  • Won a favorable appellate court decision due to an administrative agency’s failure to abide by the bid protest procedures within the Pennsylvania Procurement Code that reversed the agency’s determination that denied a bid protest filed on behalf of techno
    Won a favorable appellate court decision due to an administrative agency’s failure to abide by the bid protest procedures within the Pennsylvania Procurement Code that reversed the agency’s determination that denied a bid protest filed on behalf of technology client and resulted in the appellate court cancelling a $77.5 million contract that had been awarded to the client’s competitor as well as the court ordering the agency to re-bid the procurement.
  • Jostens, Inc. v. Paul Reisser, et al.
    Jostens, Inc. v. Paul Reisser, et al.
    Docket No. 1:10-cv-2162
    United States District Court, Middle District of Pennsylvania
  • GTECH Corp. v. Commonwealth of Pa., Dep’t of Revenue
    GTECH Corp. v. Commonwealth of Pa., Dep’t of Revenue
    965 A.2d 1276 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2009)
    Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania
  • Won a favorable determination at the administrative agency level on a bid protest filed on behalf of a large commissary supplier due to the agency’s failure to select the lowest responsible bidder that resulted in the rescission of a $100 million contract
    Won a favorable determination at the administrative agency level on a bid protest filed on behalf of a large commissary supplier due to the agency’s failure to select the lowest responsible bidder that resulted in the rescission of a $100 million contract awarded to a client’s competitor and the opportunity for the client to participate in the re-bid of the procurement.
  • Plaza 21 Realty Assocs. v. ExxonMobil Corp., et al.
    Plaza 21 Realty Assocs. v. ExxonMobil Corp., et al.
    Docket No. 2006-5883
    Court of Common Pleas, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania