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You Can't Pass Litigation Costs To A Supplier After You've Successfully Defended Yourself

Saturday, August 04, 2007 12:33 pm

 
You Can't Pass Litigation Costs To A Supplier After You've Successfully Defended Yourself

A federal district court granted a supplier's motion to dismiss, holding that the supplier was liable neither as a solidary obligor, nor on a theory of unjust enrichment.

The DesignTex Group, Inc. (DesignTex) was a subcontractor for a project in which Tunica-Biloxi Indians of Louisiana d/b/a Paragon Casino Resort (Paragon) sustained substantial damages. Paragon brought suit against DesignTex, among others, alleging that the vinyl wall coverings DesignTex supplied were defective. DesignTex filed a third party demand against Roysons Corporation (Roysons), t [...]

 
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