A federal judge in New Jersey has ordered a road construction company to pay a subcontractor $15.9 million for unpaid claims relating to the unfinished construction of a 63-mile highway in Afghanistan, a project that left more than 200 construction workers and security personnel dead from attacks.

In BSC-C&C JN v. Louis Berger Group, U.S. District Judge William Martini affirmed the $15,905,732 arbitration award to the plaintiff company, BSC-C&C JV of Gurgaon, India, on July 15, said one of BSC’s attorneys, Michael Zicherman, of the River Edge, N.J., office of Peckar & Abramson.

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