Tape company stuck with $1 million in unpaid bills, suit says

Kelly Holleran Jun. 11, 2009, 4:55am

An Illinois corporation has filed suit against a glass company, alleging it did not pay more than $1 million for tape products it received.

Budnick Converting says it entered into a contract with Nebula Glass International, Inc., doing business as Glasslam, in which Nebula agreed to purchase tape products from Budnick.

"Defendant entered into the contract, which was formed and accepted in Illinois, and that it agreed to pay sums in the amount of approximately $1,709,067.00," the suit filed June 5 in St. Clair County Circuit Court states.

Even though Budnick converted and delivered the tape products, Nebula has not paid for them and has further breached its agreement by refusing to accept delivery of other products.

Budnick is seeking a judgment of more than $50,000, plus pre-judgment interest, costs and attorney's fees.

It will be represented by William J. Niehoff and Deanna L. Litzenburg of Mathis, Marifian, Richter and Grandy in Belleville.

St. Clair County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-294.

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