Won Counterclaim for Sign and Awning Contractor in Case Involving

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The plaintiff, a bar/restaurant, filed suit against our client, a sign and awning contractor, seeking damages in excess of $450,000 for lost profits and expected costs to remove and replace a non-permitted and, allegedly, defective beer garden and awning structure constructed by the client on the plaintiff’s property.  The client filed a counterclaim seeking recovery of the $65,000 outstanding on its contract for the construction of the structure.  Following a three day bench trial, an award was entered denying the plaintiff any recovery on its complaint and awarding the client the $65,000 requested in its counterclaim, plus interest and costs. 


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