On September 2, Maxim Power filed its answer to FERC’s complaint in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. As we previously reported, Judge Mastroianni issued an order denying Maxim Power’s motion to dismiss FERC’s case on July 21. Maxim Power’s answer denies many of the allegations in FERC’s complaint. Maxim Power also asserts a number of defenses, including that FERC’s complaint fails to state a claim for which relief can be granted, Maxim Power made no false statements or material omissions, the alleged misstatements are non-actionable statements containing expressions of opinion, and lack of fair notice.
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