The lawsuit in a federal court against 3M and others over chemical pollution of the Tennessee River near Decatur, Alabama, will proceed. Read more
DuPont said in a statement that it had stopped using C-8 in operations at the West Virginia plant more than a decade ago. Read more
The MDL involving DuPont’s PFOA dumping consists of approximately 3,500 individual cases. Read more
Many types of PFCs are carcinogenic or otherwise toxic if consumed, and can cause a wide range of health problems. Read more
The Water Works and Sewer Board of Gadsden, Ala., has filed a lawsuit against carpet and textile companies, and their chemical suppliers. Read more
Ten years ago, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sued DuPont for contaminating the Ohio River with PFOA. Read more
The most common route of PFC exposure is through consuming PFC-contaminated drinking water. Read more
According to correspondence between the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and DuPont, the manufacture of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) recently came to a halt – two years ahead of t... Read more
A recently published study revealed children living near DuPont’s plant in West Virginia are exposed to much higher concentrations of an industrial chemical than are their mothers. Children... Read more
U.S. District Judge Renee Marie Bumb recently established a June 2nd trial date for a class action case that our firm and several other firms filed against DuPont in New Jersey federal court... Read more
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