LAFAYETTE — A Houston business is suing a Baton Rouge aluminum company, alleging unpaid invoices of more than $132,000.
Environmental Resources Management Southwest Inc. filed a lawsuit Aug. 8 in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana Lafayette Division against Revolution Aluminum LLC, alleging breach of their master services agreement.
According to the complaint, Environmental Resources has performed all duties required under the agreement and change orders with the defendant but has not been fully compensated for that work.
Despite confirmations of the invoices, the suit says, the invoices remain unpaid, causing the plaintiff to suffer damages of $132,720.61, plus interest. The plaintiff alleges the defendant has refused to pay the outstanding balance for the materials, labor and services furnished.
Environmental Services Management Southwest seeks a trial by jury, all damages, plus interest, legal costs and expenses, attorney fees and all just and equitable relief. It is represented by attorneys Scott D. Huffstetler and Jessica C. Engler of Kean Miller LLP in Baton Rouge.
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana Case number 1:16-cv-01156