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August Carbera et al v. Black & Veatch Special Projects Corp. et al: Complaint

Complaint alleging Violation of the Anti-Terrorism Act in August Carbera et al v. Black & Veatch Special Projects Corporation, described as a Delaware company based in Kansas; Centerra Group, LLC, described as a Delaware company based in Florida; DAI Global LLC, described as a Delaware company based in Maryland; Environmental Chemical Corporation, described as a Kentucky company based in California; G4S Holdings International (AG) Limited, described as a "wholly owned subsidiary of G4S Plc", of England; G4S Risk Management Limited, of England; Janus Global Operations LLC, described as a Delaware company based in Tennessee; Louis Berger Group, Inc., described as a Delaware company based in New Jersey; Louis Berger International, Inc., described as a Delaware company based in New Jersey; The Louis Berger Group, Inc./Black & Veatch Special Projects Corporation Joint Venture, based in Washington, DC; MTN Group Limited, described as "a South African telecommunications company whose stock trades publicly on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange"; MTN (Dubai) Limited, of Dubai, and MTN Afghanistan, of Afghanistan, at the U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
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File Size: 963.63 KB

Pages:

316

 

Sector:

Litigation;Public Companies

 

Defendant(s)/Respondent(s):

Black & Veatch Special Projects Corporation;Centerra Group, LLC;DAI Global LLC;Environmental Chemical Corporation;G4S Holdings International (AG) Limited;G4S Risk Management Limited;Janus Global Operations LLC;Louis Berger Group, Inc.;Louis Berger International, Inc.;Louis Berger Group, Inc.;Black & Veatch Special Projects Corporation Joint Venture;MTN Group Limited;MTN (Dubai) Limited;MTN Afghanistan

 

Court Name - US Federal:

District of Columbia - District Court

Allegation:

Terrorism

 

Plaintiff(s)/Applicant(s):

August Carbera

 

Date:

December 27, 2019

 

Case Number:

Xx Xx Xx


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