Overwhelmed J&J Talc Supplier Takes Cover Under Bankruptcy Protections
“It is simply not in the best interests of our stakeholders to litigate these claims in perpetuity,” says Imerys Talc America President Giorgio La Motta of the company’s decision to reorganize its business and debts under Chapter 11 in negotiation with claimants in cosmetic talc-related suits.
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