6th Circ. Upholds Navy Subcontractor's $3M Jury Award

Law360, New York (September 12, 2012, 3:09 PM EDT) -- A government contractor contesting a $3 million jury verdict over a purportedly breached dredging subcontract at a Navy project in Norfolk, Va., should have voiced its objections before the jury was discharged, the Sixth Circuit said Wednesday, tossing the appeal.

In an unpublished opinion, a three-judge panel ruled that joint venture American Bridge/McLean Pier 11 Constructors can't object to a jury's $2.9 million quantum meruit award to subcontractor J-Way Leasing Ltd. in an Ohio federal court dispute over unpaid services for dredging work at the Norfolk...
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