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Court Confirms Dismissal Of Construction Firm MCM's Lawsuit Against Barcelona

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 04 / 17

A Barcelona court on Monday confirmed a ruling that dismissed a claim filed by construction firm MCM against Barcelona, according to Juan Jiménez of AS. MCM's claim "was that Barcelona breached a contract for a project involving the facade of La Masia." MCM, which filed the suit in '13...

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