Boeing Company Removes Lawsuits Alleging Injury from Chemicals Used in Circuit Board Printing



DOCUMENTS
  • Complaint
  • Removal Notice


SEATTLE –– The Boeing Company has removed several circuit board chemical exposure suits, saying that the plaintiffs fraudulently included an in-state company as a defendant in the action.

Boeing removed several complaints on March 27 to the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington, including Riley (No. 20-458), Ford (No. 20-), Hatleberg (No. 20-00464), and Wahl (No. 20-00467).

In the Riley removal, Boeing said that the plaintiff is a citizen of Washington, but that Boeing is a citizen of Delaware and Illinois.

“Ms. Riley has also named Newco Inc., d/b/a Cascade Columbia Distribution Company –– a Washington corporation …






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