AAM Fails In Bid To Block California Pay-For-Delay Law
AAM Fails To Prove “Concrete Harm” To Member Companies
As the AAM failed to demonstrate a “concrete or imminent” injury to its member companies, a US appeals court has rejected the agency’s challenge to the Californian law banning “pay-for-delay” deals.
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