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30 Apr 2024, 6:00 am by Moll Law Group
Fifty percent of the $1.185 billion deal will be contributed by Chemours, while Corteva and DuPont will contribute the other half of the deal. [read post]
12 Apr 2024, 12:11 pm by Matthew Marin
These regulations set stringent limits on PFAS levels, potentially paving the way for more extensive litigation against companies responsible for PFAS pollution. [read post]
19 Mar 2024, 2:19 pm by Simmons Hanly Conroy
While some chemical companies like Chemours claimed to need at least 5 years to transition to alternatives, others like the American Chemical Council argued for an extended timeline of 15-25 years to completely phase out asbestos. [read post]
19 Mar 2024, 12:43 pm by Dr. Shezad Malik
As expected, Kimberly-Clark, Kleenex’s parent company, denied responsibility for the pollution. [read post]
17 Aug 2023, 2:15 pm by Kristine Keala Meredith
In June 2023, DuPont, Chemours, Corteva and 3M Company put up more than $13 billion to settle AFFF actions (Aqueous Film Forming Foams.) [read post]
31 Jul 2023, 4:47 am
While DuPont will share the $1.185 billion settlement payouts with Chemours and Corteva, 3M's historic $12.5 billion settlement will be paid out over a period of 13 years. [read post]
28 Jul 2023, 12:27 pm
In July 2023, several major PFAS manufacturers agreed to settle claims filed by public water providers for $1.185 billion (DuPont, Chemours, Corteva) and $12.5 billion (3M), respectively. [read post]
28 Jul 2023, 12:02 pm
Recently, Chemours, DuPont, and Corteva reached a settlement of $1.185 billion, followed shortly by an even more substantial settlement from the 3M chemical corporation, totaling $12.5 billion. [read post]
27 Jul 2023, 5:49 am
In June 2023, DuPont, Chemours, and Corteva chose to settle the case for $1.185 billion, followed shortly by a similar agreement from 3M, who settled matters for $12.5 billion, payable over a period of 13 years. [read post]
10 Jul 2023, 5:24 am
The settlement with the 3M Company is subject to approval by Judge Richard M. [read post]
7 Jul 2023, 5:24 pm by Levin Papantonio
This is the equivalent of a single drop of water in five Olympic-sized Swimming pools.Water providers are now suing chemical companies like 3M, DuPont, and Chemours, among others to cover the costs of remediation to make water safe for consumers.On Tuesday, June 27, 2023, Levin Papantonio Rafferty (LPR) attorneys announced that talks with 3M, a defendant in the national litigation Aqueous Film-Forming Foams (AFFF) Products Liability Litigation MDL No. 2873, resulted in a $12.5… [read post]
29 Jun 2023, 10:37 am by Matthew Marin
While this legal case marks a victory for water districts nationwide, individual lawsuits against the companies are also piling up. [read post]
29 Jun 2023, 10:37 am by Matthew Marin
While this legal case marks a victory for water districts nationwide, individual lawsuits against the companies are also piling up. [read post]
12 Jun 2023, 7:08 am by Andrew T. Alessandro
” The rate that each company will contribute is consistent with a January 2021 Memorandum of Understanding reached between the companies, in which Chemours agreed to a 50-50 split of qualified expenses with both DuPont and Corteva. [read post]
12 Jun 2023, 7:08 am by Andrew T. Alessandro
” The rate that each company will contribute is consistent with a January 2021 Memorandum of Understanding reached between the companies, in which Chemours agreed to a 50-50 split of qualified expenses with both DuPont and Corteva. [read post]
12 Jun 2023, 7:08 am by Andrew T. Alessandro
” The rate that each company will contribute is consistent with a January 2021 Memorandum of Understanding reached between the companies, in which Chemours agreed to a 50-50 split of qualified expenses with both DuPont and Corteva. [read post]
1 Aug 2022, 10:14 am
In its filing, Chemours argued that the health advisory was “arbitrary and capricious” by challenging EPA’s scientific assumptions, but Chemours also made a more radical argument: “The manner in which EPA has used its Safe Drinking Water Act authority to issue health advisories violates constitutional requirements, including the nondelegation doctrine, because EPA has utilized unfettered discretion to publish health advisories,” and had thus affected… [read post]