Jeld-Wen Asks Judge To Shield Intel On Door Factory Sale

Law360 (July 22, 2021, 5:22 PM EDT) -- A doormaker that forced its top competitor to divest a Pennsylvania factory as part of a landmark antitrust verdict should not be handed key information about the sale before other potential bidders, a special master in the case has told a Virginia federal judge.

Such information could give an unfair leg up to Steves and Sons Inc. to receive early notice of who will serve as advisers to the divestiture of Jeld-Wen Inc.'s doorskin plant in Towanda, Pennsylvania, because Steves may be among the bidders, the special master, Judge Lawrence F. Stengel, told the district court in a recent letter....

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