J&J Unit Says Ch. 11 Extension Of Stay Needed To Deal With Complaints

By Vince Sullivan (Nov 3, 2021, 8:22 p.m. EDT) – A bankrupt subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson on Wednesday defended its request to extend the stay of Chapter 11 litigation at its parent company, telling a North Carolina judge that without a break from thousands of talcum powder litigation, the bankruptcy case would be useless in handling its billions of dollars in liability.

In response to various objections, LTL Management LLC said that the tens of thousands of talc injury claims pending against it should not be allowed to sue J&J in state and federal courts as both entities face the same claims and have an identity of …

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