Medical Device Technologies defends bankruptcy petition:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Medical Device Technologies (formerly CytoProbe) says it will vigorously defend a bankruptcy petition served against the company by Chandler, Church & Co on April 21st, 1995. MDT says no ruling has yet been made by the bankruptcy court and that it intends to file a Motion to Dismiss against Chandler Church. It will seek sanctions and fees on the grounds that the claimant does not qualify as a petitioning creditor and unsettled litigation already exists between MDT and Chandler Church.
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