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Perini Sues To Stop Arbitration of Overseas US Construction Contracts, Jurisdiction Disputed

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, September 1 – Perini Management Services wants to stop Kildare Construction Consultants LLC from arbitrating their dispute before the American Arbitration Association.       

    On September 1 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Alison J. Nathan held an oral argument. Inner City Press covered it.  

Judge Nathan had questions about Federal jurisdiction. She was told that the underlying dispute involved contracts overseas for the U.S. government; the complaint cites a construction company based in Turkey, Yenigun, seeking projects in Saudi Arabia, "Africa" and elsewhere.

   Judge Nathan said she will seek to give the parties a ruling as soon as she can.

The case is Perini Management Services, Inc. v. Kildare Construction Consultants, LLC et al., 21-cv-5936 (Nathan)


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