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Unless there's something highly unusual about the facts, what I see here is a breach of contract case, plain and simple. It's contracts 101 for any lawyer. It's also a no-brainer so what are you waiting for? Your lawyer will review the contracts and the facts surrounding the nondelivery of the product. If it's a $277,000 damage claim you should not have trouble finding a lawyer to work on a percentage. I also see elements of fraud here. Did the manufacturer accept the contract from you with no intention of delivering the product to you?
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