PHILADELPHIA – A New Jersey locker-designing company is suing a Newtown producer, alleging breach of contract and fraud in the production of merchandise.
Tiburon Lockers Inc. filed a complaint on Sept. 9 in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania against Northgate Digital Corp. and Seth Jaslow alleging breach of contract and fraud.
According to the complaint, in 2014, Tiburon Lockers hired Northgate Digital to complete the production of a technologically advanced locker, at which time all details and terms were agreed upon. In the following months, Northgate allegedly failed to produce the agreed products as well as failing to include all specifications that were outlined in the contract. The defendant reassured the plaintiff, despite allegedly knowing that the errors would not be corrected, the complaint states. The defendant allegedly terminated the contract in February. Tiburon is suing Northgate, alleging breach of contract and fraud in the matter.
Tiburon is seeking compensation for all profits lost, which total more than $197,000 as well as other damages. The company is represented by Eric C. Milby of Lundy, Beldecos and Milby, PC in Narberth.
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case number 2:15-CV-05050