Plaintiff Motion filed: Memo in Opposition to The Treasury’s Renewed Motion to Quash

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
In case No. 1:12-mc-00100-EGS: UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY Petitioner, v. PENSION BENEFIT GUARANTY CORPORATION, Interested Party, v. DENNIS BLACK, et al., Respondents.,
the following document was filed on October 25, 2013:
MEMORANDUM IN OPPOSITION TO THE TREASURY’S
RENEWED MOTION TO QUASH
This document includes a large number of references and exhibits which provide an insight into the substance of the Delphi salaried retirees' fight for recovery of their pensions.

Plaintiffs & PBGC File Joint Request for Resolution of PBGC's Objections

The following Motion was filed in The United States District Court For The Eastern District Of Michigan Southern Division:

PARTIES’ JOINT REQUEST FOR RESOLUTION OF THE PBGC’S OBJECTIONS TO MAGISTRATE JUDGE’S ORDER OF MARCH 9, 2012

Plaintiffs and Defendant Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (“PBGC”) respectfully submit this joint request asking that the Court resolve the objections raised by the PBGC to the March 9, 2012 Order by Magistrate Judge Majzoub Granting Plaintiffs’ Second Motion to Compel (the “Objections”) (Dkt. No. 209).

2013-04-23 Request for Resolution | 2012-03-09 Mag. Judge's Order

Judge Responds Rapidly to PBGC Motions

Judge Mona K. Majzoub responded quickly to the PBGC's Motion to Reconsider - Judge Majzoub followed up her previous order today with the following response:

ORDER DENYING DEFENDANT PENSION BENEFIT GUARANTY CORPORATION’S (“PBGC”) MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION (DOCKET NO. 232) AND GRANTING IN PART DEFENDANT PBGC’S EMERGENCY MOTION FOR STAY (DOCKET NO. 233)

Judge Majzoub's Order

More Delaying Actions By The PBGC

The PBGC continues its four year history of delays, keeping essential documents under the guise of privilege, and continuing its lack of transparency.  In the last two days the PBGC has filed four motions with Judge Tarnow and Judge Majzoub in direct retaliation to Judge Majzoub's order of August 21

PBGC Motion for Stay | PBGC Motion for Reconsideration | PBGC Objection | PBGC Emergency Motion