Dow Corning Implant Claimants Could Receive Payments Starting June 1999
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Dow Corning could begin paying silicone-filled breast implant claimants as early as June 1999 pending approval by U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Arthur Spector of a $3.2 bil. settlement.
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