Seafood Co. Says Contractors Cost It $10M In Military Sales

Law360, Los Angeles (February 26, 2014, 6:48 PM EST) -- Seafood packager Bama Sea Products Inc. has accused two former business partners of directing business for military contracts to the company's customers' competitors, costing Bama $10 million in sales revenue, according to a suit filed in Florida federal court Tuesday.

Bama lodged the complaint against Lighthouse Foods Inc., Channel Marker Sales Inc., Paul Van Steenburgen and William C. Hashey, detailing an alleged scheme in which Hashey and a company called PV Inc. negotiated with a government contractor tasked with feeding 130,000 troops in Afghanistan, then tried...
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