June 5, 2010
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A Delaware federal judge on Friday opened up asbestos claim records from numerous bankruptcies to Garlock Sealing Technologies LLC, finding that a bankruptcy court "erred and abused its discretion" in denying access to the company.
A North Carolina bankruptcy judge on Friday gave the go-ahead for a committee of asbestos claimants to intervene in Garlock Sealing Technologies LLC's suit challenging a woman's $1.5 million Kentucky state court win against the company over her late husband's asbestos exposure.
Garlock Sealing Technologies LLC asked a North Carolina bankruptcy court Tuesday to deny asbestos claimants' request to intervene in its suit accusing a woman of fraudulently winning a $1.5 million Kentucky state court verdict over her husband's asbestos exposure.
A group of asbestos claimants on Tuesday asked a North Carolina federal judge to sanction Garlock Sealing Technologies Inc. for allegedly ignoring a court discovery order and motions to compel discovery of documents in the company's long-running bankruptcy proceeding.
A North Carolina bankruptcy judge on Tuesday denied a committee of Garlock Sealing Technologies LLC asbestos claimants' request to compel allegedly privileged documents related to past asbestos settlements, ruling that Garlock had not waived any privilege over the documents.
A North Carolina bankruptcy judge on Thursday rejected a committee of Garlock Sealing Technologies LLC asbestos claimants' bid to prosecute, as representatives of the estate, potential claims against Garlock's parent company in connection with prepetition transfers.
The North Carolina federal judge overseeing Garlock Sealing Technologies LLC's bankruptcy on Tuesday ordered the company to produce financial statements requested by a group of asbestos injury claimants.
The North Carolina federal judge overseeing Garlock Sealing Technologies LLC's bankruptcy on Tuesday granted a bid by asbestos injury claimants to obtain information from Bank of America NA and Duff & Phelps LLC regarding corporate restructurings that took place before the bankruptcy.
Sealing product manufacturer Garlock Sealing Technologies LLC on Monday submitted a Chapter 11 exit plan to a North Carolina bankruptcy judge, promising to pay roughly 100,000 asbestos injury claims that have burdened the company.