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Bernard Knight, Attorney at Law

Bernard Knight has a law practice in Decatur (GA)
404-247-8614
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1439 McLendon Drive, Suite A, Decatur, GA 30033
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  • Georgia (GA) 1980
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    Dekalb: Decatur
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    Georgia-Pacific Told To Hand Over Documents In NY Asbestos Case
    Daily Report (registration) Atlanta-based paper company Georgia-Pacific must turn over internal communications related to studies it commissioned into the safety of its products for in camera review in the ongoing asbestos litigation against the company, a New York state appeals ... more »
    Company must turn over documents in asbestos litigation: appeals court
    Thomson Reuters News & Insight NEW YORK (Reuters) - Building materials manufacturer Georgia-Pacific must allow a special master to inspect internal documents related to eight studies the company commissioned to help fight asbestos litigation, a New York state appeals court ruled on ... more »
    NEW YORK Appeals Court Upholds Crime Fraud Inquiry for Asbestos Product ...
    Mesothelioma Legal Blog (blog) This discovery dispute pertains to all of the Weitz & Luxenberg New York City Asbestos Litigation (NYCAL) cases in which Georgia-Pacific (GP) is a defendant. For the following reasons, we find that the motion court providently exercised its discretion ... more »
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