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Lawsuit Update: A Campaign For Truth

March 21, 2016


A large, publicly traded company in the United States claiming libel, has sued me for $3.5 million US dollars in alleged damages. While I am confident that I will probably win the libel case, their action was filed in Ontario. Due to the vagaries of the differences in law in different jurisdictions, having the matter […]

Radio Debate . . . Oregon v. Oracle: A Question Of Executive Liability

November 4, 2015


According to an October 8th, 2015 article in the Portland Business Journal, The Oregon Supreme Court “sided with the state and denied Oracle America’s attempt to dismiss its top brass as defendants in the state’s lawsuit.” In today’s Blog Talk Radio segment, I am joined by Buyers Meeting Point’s Kelly Barner to talk about the consequences of this seminal […]

Breaking News: Non-Profit Sues SciQuest for Purported Breach of Contract by Jon Hansen

March 20, 2015


Since the action was just filed yesterday, the details are still somewhat sketchy however, what we do know is that John Muir Health, a California non-profit public benefit corporation has taken legal action against SciQuest for what is listed as being a breach of contract. Over the next few days we will continue to follow developments […]

Is Atyeo $30 million judgement against Canadian Government good or bad for public sector procurement? by Jon Hansen

November 12, 2013


. . . the fact is that the RFP process should be as you indicate a guidance tool as opposed to a selection tool.  Unfortunately the public sector seems to look for absolutes as a way of mitigating risk as opposed to making the right choice in terms of choosing the best supplier partner. My […]