Subcontractor rights under the Miller Act: A case study
, May 2013
In Capital Computer Group, LLC v. The Gray Insurance Company, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals determined that a subcontractor who sub-subcontracted 100% of its scope of work was entitled to assert a claim under the Miller Act because the subcontractor still had obligations on the project, and a substantial and important relationship still existed with the general contractor, even if the subcontractor did not actually perform any work.
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