Lehman Art House Owner Files $49M Suit Over Botched Repairs

Law360, New York (October 11, 2012, 7:33 PM EDT) -- The owner of a Manhattan mansion once owned by the founder of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. and now known as Lehman Art House lodged a lawsuit in state court Wednesday seeking at least $49 million in damages from a contracting company for allegedly botching the mansion's renovation and submitting fraudulent insurance invoices.

Lehm Holdings LLC contends that New Jersey-based Certified Construction Corp. and its principals mismanaged the project, performed work that failed to meet building codes and submitted fraudulent invoices for workers' compensation insurance that was...
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