We represented an electrical subcontractor in a multi-party arbitration involving numerous claims by the owner, design/builder, a mechanical subcontractor and our client concerning the design and construction of a $200M washing machine plant. The matter was settled in a mediation.
Representation of Electrical Subcontractor in Arbitration Concerning Washing Machine Plant
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