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BELLY UP – More than two dozen states and hundreds of cities, counties and other governments have retained outside lawyers to oppose an attempt in bankruptcy court to halt their lawsuits against opioid maker Purdue Pharma and its founders, the Sacklers. With U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Robert Drain in New York’s Southern District scheduled to hear arguments on the motions today, Amanda Bronstad reports that Andrew Troop, a bankruptcy partner at Pillsbury Winthrop in New York, is a big player in the litigation, representing 24 states and D.C.

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