Why you should never sue over construction contracts

The construction industry has been reeling after construction contracts are being awarded to subcontractors that are found to have violated the terms of their contracts.

The problem, as you may recall, was that the contractors were paid more than the value of their work, and then charged more for it.

The government and the subcontractors have both filed suit against the companies and some of the subcontracting companies.

The contractors in question are a couple of California companies called Narrow Gauge Construction and Narrow Gas and Power.

The suit alleges that the companies have not been truthful about the condition of the work they have done, and that they have not performed their work with adequate oversight.

A settlement has been reached in the case and N/G Construction has agreed to pay $5 million to the government.

The contract for a new road that runs from Sacramento to San Francisco, for example, was awarded to a company called L&M, which did not have the proper permits to build it, according to the lawsuit.

L&P, which was a subcontractor to N/A Construction, was also charged with a breach of contract, the suit said.

The L&G subcontractor that won the contract was called L & P Construction.

L &P Construction is a subcontracting company for the San Francisco Bay Area, the San Jose Bay Area and parts of the East Bay, according a news release from the company.

The company did not respond to a request for comment. 

The L&L Contractors Association is asking for the same amount to be paid to the contractors who were involved in the construction of the new road, according the suit. 

On Wednesday, the U.S. Justice Department said it would be reviewing the contract awards. 

“The awarding of contracts should be based on sound business practices,” U.s.

Attorney Thomas L. Perez said in a statement.

“Unfortunately, this is not one of those instances.”