Hotel Seeks Evidence In Morocco To Enforce $60M Award

Law360 (May 6, 2019, 7:24 PM EDT) -- The owner of a luxury Casablanca hotel is asking a Delaware federal court to allow it to pursue evidence in Morocco as it looks to enforce a $60 million arbitral award against the alleged alter ego of its former hotel manager, which had been accused in the arbitration of mismanaging the hotel.

Compagnie des Grands Hôtels d'Afrique SA, or CGHA, told the court Friday that it needs this "highly relevant" evidence to prove that hotel manager Woodman Maroc SARL was used by its parent company, Starman Hotel Holdings LLC, as an alter ego. The hotel owner says this means that the...

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