Montreal, November 23, 2007 - Domtar won a multi-million dollar judgment by the Supreme Court of Canada in a claim against ABB Inc. and Alstom Canada Inc.
In a unanimous decision rendered on November 22, 2007 the Court ordered ABB Inc. and Alstom Canada Inc. to pay Domtar approximately C$ 38.7 million in damages and interests relative to a 1989 lawsuit on matters regarding manufacturers- liability, latent defects and disclosure responsibility involving the installation of a recovery boiler at the Windsor, Québec facility. Domtar was represented by the law firm of Ogilvy Renault LLP.
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