On appeal, the Supreme Court of Washington noticed that interest on damage awards normally doesn't begin to accrue until the trial court has formally entered an order directing the payment of a sum certain. On that basis, the appellate court's denial of interest to Fluor was affirmed. See: State Department of Corrections v. Fluor Daniel, Inc., WA Supreme Court, 160 Wash.2d 786, 161 P.3d 372 (2007).
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State Department of Corrections v. Fluor Daniel, Inc.
|Cite||WA Supreme Court, 160 Wash.2d 786, 161 P.3d 372 (2007)|
|Level||State Supreme Court|