Rohm and Haas Fights Benzene Claims, Says It Can’t Be Held Liable as Premises Defendant



DOCUMENTS
  • Pretrial Order
  • Reply Brief


PHILADELPHIA –– Rohm and Haas has filed a reply brief supporting a motion for summary judgment filed in a benzene case, maintaining that it cannot be held liable for the underlying claims as a premises owner defendant.

According to a July 11 pretrial order issued by the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas for Philadelphia Count, trial has been scheduled in the matter for Jan. 22, 2018 and is expected to last 10 days.

James and Jeanette Meyer asserted the underlying claims; a number of defendants, however, moved for summary judgment, including Rohm and Haas Company.

In a July 12 …






UPCOMING CONFERENCES




HarrisMartin's MDL Conference: Video Game Addiction and the Latest Mass Tort Updates

May 29, 2024 - Salt Lake City, UT
The Grand America Hotel

MORE DETAILS



HarrisMartin's Mass Tort Settlements Conference - Sponsored by Milestone

June 27, 2024 - Buffalo, NY
The Richardson Hotel Buffalo

MORE DETAILS