Texas High Court Rejects Contractor Dispute With CPS Energy

Law360, New York (September 20, 2013, 3:25 PM EDT) -- The Texas Supreme Court on Friday declined to take up a breach of contract dispute alleging the city of San Antonio still owed money to two industrial contractors for work they did to construct pollution control structures for the city-owned CPS Energy under an $84 million contract.

The Texas high court denied petitions for review from Casey Industrial Inc. and Wheelabrator Air Pollution Control Inc. seeking to overturn a state appeals court decision from August 2012 holding that the municipality, along with its utility, was immune from...
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