Plaintiffs Ask Court to Enter Proposed Confidentiality Order



DOCUMENTS
  • Motion


BOSTON -- Plaintiffs in a Massachusetts benzene case have asked a federal court to weigh in on a confidentiality order dispute, saying that there is "no reasonable justification" to allow the defendants to continue to withhold information on liquid solvents to which the plaintiff was allegedly exposed. Milward, et al. v. Acuity Specialty Products, et al., No. 07-11944 (D. Mass.).

In the Dec. 8 motion filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, the plaintiffs proposed two alternative confidentiality orders and asked the court to enter either one of them.

"There is no reasonable justification either to …






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