Claimants' Committee Says It Wants Cancer Cases Remanded, Regardless



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WILMINGTON, Del. - A group of attorneys who represent plaintiffs in the asbestos litigation have petitioned the Federal-Mogul bankruptcy court claiming that if it accepts the transfer of cases removed by the Big Three auto makers, the court should abstain from hearing claims filed by plaintiffs with cancer. In Re Federal-Mogul Corp., et al., No. 01-10578 (D. Del. Bankr.).

The brief, filed Jan. 7 by the Unofficial Committee of Select Asbestos Claimants (SAC), claims that in the event that the U.S. Bankruptcy Court accepts the argument that the removed claims are related to the debtor, the cancer claims should nevertheless …






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