When Donald and Nancy Reynolds’ asbestos-exposure case went to the jury, all of the parties — the Reynolds, the judge, defendant Niagara Insulations — knew of the existence of a narrow “high-low” agreement between the Reynolds and Niagara.

Only co-defendant Garlock Sealing Technologies was left in the dark.

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