This is a wpri.com article.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – A federal judge ruled Wednesday a lawsuit that the owner of Providence’s vacant Superman building has filed against its former tenant, Bank of America, will go to trial before a jury.
The building’s owner, High Rock Development, sued Bank of America in 2013 after the bank decided to move its workers out of the downtown landmark, eventually seeking damages of more than $47 million over the bank’s alleged failure to comply with its lease requirements. Bank of America is fighting the allegations.
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