Law360 (April 23, 2021, 6:53 PM EDT) — Attorneys for a National Rifle Association director who says he was blindsided by the group’s bankruptcy filing told a Texas judge Friday they don’t trust board members not to talk about their testimony in the case when they convene next week.
During the ninth day of a trial on dismissal motions in the bankruptcy case, lawyers for NRA board member Phillip Journey — who is seeking the appointment of a Chapter 11 examiner — told the court that the NRA board is scheduled to begin meeting Thursday in Dallas, but that an evidentiary rule adopted in the bankruptcy trial prohibits witnesses…
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