Two Canal Street Investors—who lost the WTC bid to Carpenter and Co. of Cambridge, Massachusetts and New Orleans-based Woodward Interests, who are planning to develop a Four Seasons hotel at the site—have already sued the city, and the group that owns the building on behalf of the city, for what they are calling a "secretive and skewed" bid process.
Now, they are suing the team of consultants hired to analyze the proposals.
Are they fighting the good fight, or just being sore losers?
• Losing bidder on World Trade Center files new lawsuit against city consultants [NOLA.com]
• World Trade Center Four Seasons Construction to Begin This Spring, Despite Lawsuit Trial Set for October [Curbed NOLA]