Cases & Deals

General contractor obtains judgment and receives payment prior to execution in dispute with owner of manufacturing facility

Clients General contractor

Jones Day successfully represented a general contractor in a dispute with the owner of a manufacturing facility in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The general contractor was not paid by the owner for structural steel repairs and demolition. The general contractor filed a mechanics' lien and breach of contract complaint pursuant to the Pennsylvania Contractor and Subcontractor Payment Act. Jones Day sought and was granted a special and preliminary injunction prohibiting the removal of fixtures and property from the facility. The general contractor obtained a judgment and proceeded to execute on the judgment. The general contractor received payment in full just prior to the sheriff's sale.

Mazzei Construction, Inc. v. Pinnacle Brands, LLC and BLN Capital Funding, LLC, G.D. Nos. 10-020071 and 10-024227 (Allegheny County (Pa.) Common Pleas Court)

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