Ashland Files Reply Brief Backing Motion for Summary Judgment, Challenges Product Identification in Benzene Case



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PHILADELPHIA –– Ashland Inc. has filed a brief supporting its motion for summary judgment in a benzene case, maintaining that the plaintiff is “unable to point to a single occasion that she worked with or around an Ashland product.”

In the July 13 reply brief filed in the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas for Philadelphia County, Ashland said that a document produced by the plaintiff in support of her claim actually shows that the plaintiff never worked in the general vicinity of a single of its product.

Ashland’s motion for summary judgment is one of several pending in the Rapoza …






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