Domtar, Weyerhaeuser Spar Over Retirees After $3.3B Sale

Law360, New York (February 24, 2014, 3:52 PM EST) -- Domtar Corp. on Friday denied allegations that it is responsible for paying out claims to employees who retired from Weyerhaeuser Co.’s fine paper unit before it was picked up by Domtar in 2007 in a deal worth $3.3 billion, asking a Delaware judge to toss the suit Weyerhaeuser lodged last month.

In a motion to dismiss, Domtar contends that Weyerhaeuser’s allegations twist the “unambiguous” language in the sale agreements, adding that the claim fails to spell out specific monetary damages and that any item before 2011...
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