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Contract – Fraud – Tortious Interference – Metal Studs – Fabricator’s Fabrications (access required)

Plaintiff construction company that sought to purchase machinery to fabricate metal studs for construction projects can sue defendant, who allegedly falsely represented his association with and ownership of the company plaintiff thought it was negotiating with for purchase of the machinery, and a Newport News U.S. District Court denies defendant’s motion to dismiss plaintiff’s claims ...

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