DLA Piper Stiffed Cos. On Office Remodel Bill, Suit Says

Law360, New York (May 14, 2013, 4:32 PM EDT) -- Two real estate services businesses filed a $10 million suit against the law firm Monday alleging it stiffed them on as much as $760,000 of work done at DLA Piper's Chicago office and improperly gave proprietary information to a competitor.

Leasecorp Holdings Ltd. and SpaceLogik LLC contend they helped to maximize the efficiency of the law firm's office in Chicago, proposing an office space efficiency plan that would save the law firm between $33 million and $77 million in long-term rent payments. Despite their work, DLA Piper has refused to pay them more than $40,000, a violation of the parties' signed...

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