Construction Co. Demands Sanctions In DOE Cleanup Cost Row

Law360, Chicago (November 16, 2012, 2:26 PM EST) -- A construction company that has accused the U.S. Department of Energy of refusing to pay its $23.4 million claim for contamination cleanup work at a Colorado uranium mill's processing site demanded sanctions in its lawsuit Thursday, saying the government has lied to the court about money it owes.

Ground Improvement Techniques Inc. and co-plaintiff MK-Ferguson Co., an alleged agent for the DOE at the site in Slick Rock, Colo., told the U.S. Court of Federal Claims that the government has falsely claimed that the work has...
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