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Relators Fight Pacific Lumber's Bid To Halt Suits

Law360 (June 27, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- The plaintiffs in two qui tam suits accusing Pacific Lumber Co. of fraud in connection with a $390 million deal with California and the U.S. asked the court to deny the debtors' bid to halt the suits, warning that the bankrupt logging company is playing fast and loose with facts and the law.

The plaintiffs filed their opposition papers Tuesday in response to a joint motion filed by Pacific Lumber and two bankrupt subsidiaries on June 5, which sought an injunction and asked the court to...
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