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Citing Pandemic, Honeywell Asks DOL Judge to Strike Default Order

Lawyers for Honeywell Inc. have asked (.pdf) an administrative law judge at the U.S. Labor Department to scrap the entry of a default order in a whistleblower case. Judge Steven Bell found Honeywell in default and was prepared to issue a damages order, after the company failed to appear to defend itself.

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