BLF attorneys successfully defended their clients, surety consulting companies and the companies' principals, in these consolidated construction cases.
The cases were initiated by a general contractor, who had been terminated for non-performance from three public project. Contending that BLF’s clients were to blame for its termination, the contractor asserted claims for tortious interference, breach of contract and unjust enrichment. BLF moved for summary judgment, demonstrating that despite extensive discovery, the contractor was unable to marshal any competent evidence to support its claims.
The court agreed with BLF, and all the claims against the clients were dismissed with prejudice.