BP asks judge to block 'absurd windfalls' to oil spill claimants
Lawyers for BP's U.S. subsidiaries have asked the trial judge to halt payout of Deepwater Horizon oil spill claims under its $7.8 billion settlement, citing potentially billions of dollars in "absurd windfalls" to businesses with fictitious losses.
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