Company Urges Wisconsin Top Court To Review Fraudulent Sale Asbestos Case
Mealey's (September 12, 2016, 11:12 AM EDT) -- WAUSAU, Wis. — A Wisconsin appellate court misapplied state law in concluding that a transaction could have constituted a fraudulent transfer of assets in an attempt to avoid asbestos liabilities, a company told the Wisconsin Supreme Court July 25 (Penny L. Springer v. Nohl Electric Products Corp., et al., No. 2015AP829, Wis. Sup.).
(Petition available. Document #01-160914-017B.)
In 2010, Penny Springer filed suit in the Jefferson County, Wis., Circuit Court after her husband allegedly died from mesothelioma. In addition to others, Springer named Fire Brick Engineers...