Benzene Defendants Back 5th Circuit’s Decision to Not Accept Amicus Brief from CERT



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  • Opposition


NEW ORLEANS –– Defendants have opposed an amicus party’s attempt to file a brief in a benzene dispute pending before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit, saying that nothing in the proposed belief could affect or aid the appellate court’s decision.

In a Dec. 7 opposition brief, the benzene defendants said further that the 5th Circuit is not ill equipped to decide the relevant issues “without the benefit of input from scientists and physicians.”

“Whether scientific or medical testimony satisfies the applicable legal standards –– which are appropriately higher and more particularized than what might be accepted …






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