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Westinghouse Moves To Ax $262M In Fluor Contract Claims

Law360 (June 20, 2018, 8:22 PM EDT) -- The lawyers tending to the Chapter 11 estate of Westinghouse Electric filed court papers on Tuesday asking a New York bankruptcy judge to reject $262 million in creditor claims by Fluor Enterprises Inc., saying the nuclear project contractor is seeking unearned work fees stemming from canceled agreements.

In the throes of sorting out the validity of Chapter 11 creditor claims, Westinghouse Electric Co. LLC said that global engineering and construction company Fluor Enterprises has vastly overstated what it should still be entitled to collect from the...
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