Lawyer says Woodmont lawsuit won't be affected by Market Basket CEO firing
“This does not alter the binding contractual commitments that he and the (Market Basket) Board of Directors made to our client and the town of Londonderry back in 2011,” attorney Daniel Luker said on Tuesday.
“Preliminary pleadings are being exchanged, and an attachment hearing has been scheduled for mid-September,” he said this week.
In March, Pillsbury Realty Development, LLC filed a $22.5 million lawsuit against the supermarket chain in Rockingham Superior Court. Luker said Pillsbury Realty principal Mike Kettenbach is attempting to attach some of the company’s real estate to obtain part of that sum.
According to Woodmont attorney Ari Pollack, the agreement to build an access road connecting Route 102 to the Woodmont Commons planned unit development by way of the plaza stemmed from a planning agreement with the town as a condition to relocate the Londonderry store.
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