New Jersey College Accused Of Kickback Scheme Regarding Vending Loses Second Bid

March 13, 2019

Kean University, which Paramount Vending Services Corp. accused of violating competitive-bidding laws, has lost its second bid to escape a lawsuit after a New Jersey state judge dismissed the college's contention that a notice was filed late, according to Law360. Paramount accused the Union, NJ, college of violating the laws when it gave a "no-bid" contract to a competing company said to have loaned the college millions of dollars. Paramount served Kean University under its Culinary Ventures Vending subsidiary for more than 30 years.


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New Jersey College Escapes No-Bid Vending Contract Charge, Faces Other Claims

Aug. 21, 2018
Kean University in Union, NJ, has evaded claims that the school violated public bidding laws against its longtime former vending provider, according to Law 360. It was insinuated...