Union Accused Of Conspiring To Destroy NJ Contractor

By Joshua Alston (May 1, 2013, 9:50 PM EDT) -- A New Jersey construction company filed suit last week in New Jersey state court against a borough that allegedly refused to pay for a completed project and a union that allegedly defamed and interfered with the business, saying both forced the company to shut down.

Cherry Hill, NJ-based Paramount Enterprises Inc. and its owner, William R. Vespe, filed suit April 24 in the Superior Court of New Jersey, saying the Borough of Haddonfield, N.J., wouldn't pay for a road construction project, and the Laborers Eastern Region Organizing Fund mounted a campaign to destroy Paramount for competing against union contractors.

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