Laster Says Surveillance Docs Must Be Produced in Suit Over Control of Energy Co.
Vice Chancellor J. Travis Laster on Monday panned as "not credible" William I. Koch's attempts to avoid turning over documents in a pitched battle over the future of Koch's Oxbow Carbon and ordered the billionaire to produce surveillance records and other information to minority investors fighting to sell their holdings.
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