Cheney Testimony Admissible In Asbestos Suit, Investors Say

Law360, New York (November 1, 2016, 7:04 PM EDT) -- A class of investors suing Halliburton for allegedly misleading them about the company's asbestos liability are urging a Texas federal court to include the deposition testimony of former CEO Dick Cheney, the onetime vice president of the United States, in evaluating their opposition to the company's sealed motion for summary judgment.

In court documents made public Monday, the Erica P. John Fund blasted Halliburton's bid to have the court disregard some of the evidence the plaintiffs relied on in their opposition to Halliburton's motion for summary judgment. The company had told the court in September that only evidence that would be...

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