Circuit Upholds City's $105 Million Award Against Exxon

, New York Law Journal


The court rejected Exxon's arguments that the city's claims over the contamination of groundwater with the gasoline additive MTBE, used until the mid-2000s to reduce emissions, were preempted by the federal Clean Air Act and that the trial was tainted by juror misconduct.

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Originally appeared in print as City's $105 Million Judgment Against Exxon Upheld by Circuit

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