Opinions

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Judge Robert D. Drain

Written Opinion: Order signed on 8/3/2010 Granting Motion of Texaco Inc. for Order (i) Reopening Texaco's Chapter 11 Case, (ii) Enforcing Confirmation Order Dated March 23, 1988, (iii) Finding Respondents in Civil Contempt of 11 U.S.C. §524(a)(2) and Confirmation Order, and (iv) Directing Respondents to Dismiss Their Discharged Claims Against Texaco Inc. in the Louisiana Actions (related document(s) 3837 ).

Order signed on 7/14/2010 Granting Motions to Dismiss and Dismissing Second Amended Complaint (Related Doc # 43 ), (Related Doc # 49 ), (Related Doc # 53 ), (Related Doc # 46,47,20,19,18).

Written Opinion signed on 8/3/2010 granting trustee's motion to strike. (related document(s)[40], [45], [32])

Chief Judge Cecelia G. Morris

Decision and Order granting Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgement and dismissing complaint signed on 7/30/2010. (FOR PUBLICATION) (related document(s) 37)

Judge Martin Glenn

Written Opinion signed on 7/27/2010 Sustaining Debtors' and Committee of Unsecured Creditors' Objections to Proof of Claim Nos. 675, 676 and 677. (related document(s)[782], [751])

Memorandum Opinion And Order Signed On 7/16/2010 Granting In Part And Denying In Part Re: Liquidation Trustee's Motion To Impose Sanctions, (related document(s)[29], [24], [28]).

Memorandum Opinion And Order Signed On 7/7/2010 Granting Re: Debtor's Motion To Modify Interest Rate Of Secured Claim, (related document(s)[10]).

Judge James M. Peck

Memorandum Decision Signed on 7/21/2010 Granting Motion to Dismiss Amended Complaint. (related document(s)[29])

Judge Robert E. Gerber

Bench Decision and Order on Retroactivity of Caplin & Drysdale Retention and Compensation signed on 7/16/2010.

Judge Allan L. Gropper (Ret.)

(Written Opinion) Memorandum and Order Signed on 7/13/2010 Granting Motion to Dismiss A.O. Smith Corp.'s Third-Party Claim. (related document(s)[9])

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