Philly Hit With $6M Suit Over Airport Expansion Contract

Law360, New York (February 7, 2014, 8:04 PM EST) -- Ernest Bock & Sons Inc. slapped the city of Philadelphia with a $6 million lawsuit Thursday in state court, alleging the city owes it money for work it has done under a $35 million contract to expand two terminals at Philadelphia International Airport.

The construction company says the city delayed its progress on the project and failed to process payment applications for change orders, causing it to suffer millions of dollars in damages. Ernest Bock claims breach of contract and violation of Pennsylvania procurement law and...
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