South Carolina Benzene Defendants Oppose Plaintiffs’ Recent Motion to Amend Complaint



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  • Opposition


COLUMBIA, S.C. –– Several defendants have opposed a recent motion to amend a benzene complaint, arguing that the plaintiffs have not produced “one single document” to support their recent claim that new details have arisen as to the potential liability of a parts washer defendant.

In the opposition brief, filed Dec. 9 in the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina, the defendants maintain that the “new details” were available when the case was removed to federal court.

The underlying claims were brought on behalf of Philip Boykin, who worked as a motorcycle mechanic and technician for …






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