Suffolk County Supreme Court Justice Jerry Garguilo on Wednesday scheduled a hearing for attorneys from Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer and their client, Endo Pharmaceuticals, to explain why he should not hold them in contempt amid allegations that they failed to disclose groundbreaking evidence in New York’s multidefendant opioid trial.

The New York State Attorney General’s Office, a plaintiff in the suit alongside Nassau County and Suffolk County, argued that Endo and Arnold & Porter should be held in contempt because they violated Garguilo’s interim order to turn over discovery and associated material, including bates numbers.