A Superior Court delayed a hearing scheduled for Friday about whether to release some of the documents in the state’s lawsuit over 38 Studios.
The state says the discovery process has concluded, so it’s a good time to unseal the previously confidential documents.
A lawyer for two of the defendants responds by saying all the documents in the case should be released at the same time, rather than in piecemeal fashion.
38 Studios was the video-game company owned by former Red Sox star Curt Schilling. The company was lured to Rhode Island with a $75 million loan guarantee, but 38 Studios went bankrupt in 2012.
Rhode Island taxpayers continue to pay back investors who helped fund the loan guarantee used to attract the company.
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