May 16, 2003 ... The consent order requires FMC to divest its phosphorus pentasulfide business in Lawrence, Kansas to Peak Investments, LLC and Solutia Inc.'s phosphate assets in Augusta, Georgia to Societe Chemique Prayon-Rupel to settle charges that the proposed FMC/Solutia joint venture could substantially ...
Jun 9, 2009 ... Case opinion for US Federal Circuit ECOLAB INC v. FMC CORPORATION. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.
defendant and third-party defendants apart from the alleged partnership from defendant's ATPC, parties who participate in an arms-length transactions do not create fiduciary relationships. Solutia Inc. v. FMC Corp., 456 F. Supp. 2d 429, 447 (S.D.N.Y. 2006). 9. Case 7:13-cv-00774-VB Document 73 Filed 02/04/15 Page 9 of ...
261 E. Merrick Rd. Corp., 428 F.Supp.2d 111, 129 (EDNY 2006). Reprehensible Motives: New York law provides that fraudulent conduct may give rise to punitive damages; however, mere fraud is insufficient to support a claim of punitive damages. Evil and reprehensible motives are still required. Solutia Inc. v. FMC Corp.
2 The parties agree that New York State law applies to their claims. 3 Since HealthNow moved under Rule 12(b)(6) to dismiss APS's counterclaims, the. Court must accept APS's factual allegations as true for purposes of this motion. See Solutia Inc. v. FMC Corp, 385 F. Supp. 2d 324, 330 (S.D.N.Y. 2005) (citations omitted).
Aug 6, 2012 ... 9. New York law provides that fraudulent conduct may give rise to punitive damages; however, mere fraud is insufficient to support a claim of punitive damages. Evil and reprehensible motives are still required. Solutia Inc. v. FMC Corp., 456 F.Supp.2d 429, 453 reconsideration denied (SDNY 2006). 10.
See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Richard's connections and jobs at similar companies. ... lawyer on project to create a 50/50 joint venture of FMC's Phosphorus Chemicals business with the P4 and Derivatives business of Solutia Inc. Advised FMC management on all legal aspects of JV, called Astaris LLC.
Jul 3, 2012 ... Trades between Loan Market Participants (“LMPs”) are often completed despite a disparity of information flow relating to the transaction between the counterparties . Contractual disclaimers of reliance (“CDRs”), also known as “Big Boy Provisions ,” have become a common tool used to protect sophisticated ...
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