WLF on Rhode Island lead paint verdict

by Ted Frank on July 23, 2008

Attorneys Thomas R. Bender, Richard O. Faulk, and John S. Gray analyze the Rhode Island Supreme Court ruling in the lead paint case, detailing the history of the case and note the implications for other public-nuisance suits in the global warming and mortgage foreclosure fields.

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1 Pete C. 11.04.08 at 3:16 pm

It’s my opinion that they got it right this time. If they start to tie this type of cases as public nuisance, we will flood courtrooms with frivolous cases that are not going to the point of finding where is the liability but only trying to get some money from whomever whants to settle.

You can check some more about the Supreme court decision on: http://www.nuisancelaw.com/court-decisions/rhode-island-supreme-court-2008

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