Law360, New York (January 7, 2015, 7:50 PM EST) -- Honeywell International Inc. on Wednesday blasted a price discrimination and breach of contract suit brought by a rival alleging violation of a decade-old settlement and supply agreement related to fire and security products, telling a Pennsylvania federal judge the allegations lacked specifics.
In a motion to dismiss, Honeywell argued that AlarMax Distributors Inc. — a wholesale distributor of electronic fire and security products for residential and commercial settings — failed to provide requisite details when it alleged earlier this year that Honeywell engaged in discriminatory pricing and violated a settlement agreement and supply agreement from 2004.
Honeywell said the complaint in...
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