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EXHIBIT H

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

FOR THE EA STERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA

Plaintiff

v.

ASTENJOHNSON,

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CO LUMBIA C ASUA LT Y C O., et al., :
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Defendants

CIVIL ACTION

NO. 03-1552

ORDER

AND NOW, this 22nd day of June, 2006, after consideration of the numerous

Motions in Limine filed by the parties, any responses thereto and oral argument, it is

hereby ORDERED that:

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Plaintiff’s Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendants from Introducing Any
So-Called Trade Custom or Usage Evidence Regarding the Term
“Asbestosis” for Failure to M eet Their Evidentiary Burden (Dkt. # 174) is
DENIED;

Plaintiff’s Motion to Preclude Inadmissible So-Called Custom and Usage
Evidence (Dkt. # 171) is DENIED;

Columbia Casualty’s Motion in Limine to Preclude AJN from Presenting
Argument or Evidence Concerning AJN’s Understanding or Intent
Regarding the Scope of the Asbestosis Exclusion, Except as Testified by
Gloria Forbes (Dkt. # 175) is DENIED;

American Insurance’s Motion to Preclude AJN from Introducing any
Evidence of AJN’s Undisclosed Intent as to the Meaning of the Asbestos
Exclusion in its Policies with Columbia and American (Dkt. # 166) is
DENIED;

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Columbia Casualty’s Motion to Preclude Introduction of Evidence that
Babb Was Not AJN’s Agent for Purposes of Procuring the Subject
Columbia Policies (Dkt. # 164) is DENIED;

Columbia Casualty’s Motion in Limine to Preclude AJN from Introducing
David Sayles’ Deposition Testimony in Another Proceeding (Dkt. # 170) is
GRANTED;

American Insurance’s Motion to Preclude Certain Testimony of James A.
Young (Dkt. # 163) is DENIED;

American Insurance’s Motion to Preclude Certain Testimony of James
Gibson (Dkt. # 161) is DENIED;

Columbia Casualty’s Motion to Preclude Testimony that at Least 153 of
AJN ’s Pre-1981 Underlying Asbestos Claims W ere Not Products Liability
Complaints (Dkt. # 167) is DENIED;

Plaintiff’s M otion to Preclude the Expert Testimony of Brian Gagan (Dkt. #
135) is DENIED;

Plaintiff’s Motion to Preclude Columbia Casualty And American from
Proffering Testimony of Witnesses Lacking Personal Know ledge (Dkt.#
136) is DENIED;

Plaintiff’s Motion to Preclude the Expert Testimony of Alan D. Windt (Dkt.
# 134) is DENIED;

American Insurance’s Motion to Exclude Documents Regarding General
Knowledge of Asbestos (Dkt. # 169) is GRANTED;

Columbia Casualty’s Motion to Incorporate By Reference A ll Motions in
Limine Filed by Defendant A merican Insurance Company (Dkt. # 177) is
GRANTED;

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American Insurance’s Motion to Exclude the Testimony of Barry L. Katz,
Esq., or in the Alternative, to Obtain Leave of Court to Conduct Discovery
Relating to M r. Katz's Testimony, Including Deposing the W itness Prior to
Trial (Dkt. # 242) is DENIED. Within five (5) days of the entry of this
Order, plaintiff shall provide to the defendants its summary of all facts and
opinions to which Mr. Katz is expected to testify. The parties may argue
the relevance of this testimony at trial.

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Plaintiff’s Motion to Preclude the Introduction of Evidence from In re
Asbestos Insurance Coverage Cases (Dkt. #141) is GRANTED except
insofar as the evidence is to be used for impeachment purposes;

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American Insurance’s Motion for Written Jury Questionnaire (Dkt. #217) is
DENIED as moot.

BY THE COURT:

/s/ Law rence F. Stengel
LAW RENCE F. STENG EL, J.

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