Plaintiffs Respond to Motion for Sanctions, Defend Pleadings in Ohio Case



DOCUMENTS
  • Motion for Protective Order
  • Motion for Sanctions
  • Opposition


CLEVELAND -- Parties in an Ohio case alleging personal injury and property damage claims have exchanged briefing on whether the plaintiffs have properly complied with discovery orders, with the plaintiffs arguing that the court has already recognized that they will not be able to identify every chemical component in gasoline or diesel fuel. Baker, et al. v. Chevron USA Inc., et al., No. 05-227 (S.D. Ohio).

In a Dec. 15 opposition filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, the plaintiffs contend that they responded to the defendant's interrogatories with guidance from the court and, as …






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