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Nov 17, 2016 12:40 PM

NH-based GT Advanced Technologies battling customer seeking $3.6 million in damages

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MERRIMACK — Merrimack-based tech company GT Advanced Technologies was back in court Wednesday to face-off against Taiwanese customer seeking $3.6 million in damages.

GT Advanced Technologies was involved in a long battle with Apple that led to one of New Hampshire's largest bankruptcy cases, according to The Union Leader.

A representative of Tera Xtal Technology Corp argues in court that GT was negligent in how handled expensive furnaces that Tera Xtal had purchased from them, the UL reported.

He also argues that the GT workers agreed to get the furnaces back working, even though they were obligated to do so, and they sat around idle for three years. Tera Xtal said they suffered a $3.6 million in alleged lost profits.

Officials are unsure of how this case will play out.

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