Judge Finds No Bad Faith From Failure To Disclose Asbestos Action In Bankruptcy
Mealey's (October 8, 2015, 1:23 PM EDT) -- PHILADELPHIA — It “would have required unrealistic power of prescience” to predict reinstatement of a man’s administratively dismissed asbestos action, and his failure to disclose it his bankruptcy case was unlikely done in bad faith, the judge overseeing the federal asbestos multidistrict litigation held in an opinion posted Oct. 6 (Douglas C. Tesser v. A-C Product Liability Trust, et al., No. MDL 875, 09-30094, E.D. Pa.; 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 135926).
(Opinion in Tesser available. Document #01-151021-002Z.)
In November 2000 Douglas Tesser filed suit against numerous...