Represent a mechanical subcontractor specializing in industrial piping fabrication and erection against a multinational General Works Contractor (GWC) and a global upstream Engineer-Procure-Construct (EPC) contractor on claims for changed work, acceleration and wrongful termination of contract arising from the construction of a $1.2 billion, 790 MW coal-fired unit within an existing power plant. Successfully obtained a declaration from the arbitration panel in this case that the mechanical subcontractor's purported termination for default was improper and without cause. Defeated all $55 million worth of counterclaims asserted by the GWC and EPC contractors against the mechanical subcontractor in the arbitration. Obtained an award against the general and EPC contractors in an amount equaling 95 percent of the mechanical subcontractor's damages sought in the arbitration, plus amounts for pre-award interest, attorneys’ fees, costs and expenses. Judicial confirmation of arbitration award pending.   

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