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Defendants Oppose Efforts by Peter Angelos Firm to Stay Proceedings, Says Current Program ‘Succeeding in Clearing Non-Viable Cases’

BALTIMORE –– Defendants involved in the Maryland asbestos litigation have opposed efforts from plaintiffs represented by the Law Offices of Peter G. Angelos to stay Status Conference Scheduling Orders on grounds that they will be able to dismiss at least 350 cases per month for a “significant number of months,” with one of the defendants arguing that it is “undeniable” that the majority of the cases are not viable.

In separate responses filed on June 2, MCIC Inc. and The Wallace & Gale Asbestos Settlement Trust told Hon. W. Michel Pierson of the Maryland Circuit Court for Baltimore City that ...

Associated Documents
MCIC Letter
Wallace & Gale Letter
Plaintiffs’ Letter
List of Cases
Court Memo

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