Judge Grants United States Stay Of Customs Bond Case Against Insolvent Insurer
Mealey's (February 23, 2016, 10:31 AM EST) -- NEW YORK — A judge for the U.S. Court of International Trade on Feb. 18 granted the federal government’s motion to stay a number of cases against an insurer in liquidation, where the government seeks allegedly unpaid supplemental antidumping duties covered by bonds issued by the insolvent insurer (United States v. Lincoln General Insurance Company, Nos. 13-cv-00084, 13-cv-00085, 13-cv-00086, 13-cv-00087, 13-cv-00088, 13-cv-00089, 13-cv-00090, 13-cv-00091 and 13-cv-00092, U.S. Internat. Trade).
(Opinion available. Document #10-160226-028Z.)
The United States sued Lincoln General Insurance Co. in the U.S. Court of...