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Default Set Aside in IT Contract Case (access required)

A Norfolk U.S. District Court sets aside default against an offshore IT company because it has proffered meritorious defenses to plaintiff’s contract claims alleging failure to hire enough qualified consultants, missing target deadlines and poor performance, with defendant’s assertions that plaintiff “excessively scrutinized” potential candidates for consultant jobs and changed staffing criteria from “day to ...

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