Plaintiffs Oppose Summary Judgment Motions in Ortho-Toluidine Case, Say Defendants Never Tested Product



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  • Motion


BUFFALO, N.Y. –– Plaintiffs asserting claims relating to ortho-toluidine exposure have filed an opposition brief contesting recent defense motions for summary judgment, maintaining that the defendants had the capability of performing testing on the chemical but chose not to do so, despite “numerous red lights flashing which indicated that this chemical needed to be investigated.”

In the April 24 opposition brief filed in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York, the plaintiffs also argued that there is sufficient evidence that the defendant refused to go “beyond the four corners of its material safety data sheets.”

Plaintiff …






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