Juneau defends his actions as BP asks for his removal
Posted on Monday, October 20th, 2014 at 10:06 am by Williams Hart | Updated: Friday, April 19th, 2019 at 11:17 am
Court-appointed Deepwater Horizon oil spill claims administrator Patrick Juneau said in a filing with the United States Supreme Court that he has process and granted claims awards according to the settlement guidelines, despite BP’s allegations that he misinterpreted the settlement, The Times-Picayune reported on October 7.
The filing was in response to BP’s September request to a federal judge to have Juneau removed as claims administrator, alleging that Juneau did not report a conflict of interest. In fact, BP wants the settlement to be thrown out entirely, as the company believes many people and businesses were given awards even though their losses were not related to the oil spill.
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