The Guardian Publishes Major Feature on Lead Poisoning

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

One strategy could be to cave to a settlement analogous to the Master Tobacco Settlement Agreement of 1998? "In May, a federal jury awarded three Milwaukee men $2m each for lead paint poisoning they suffered as toddlers, to be paid by the paint companies Sherwin-Williams, Armstrong Container Corp and DuPont. The verdict is the first of its kind …"  Anna Almendrala, The Guardian, June 26, 2019. Here is the article.

Public Affairs - Will It Push Sherwin-Williams, Like Tobacco Companies, into a Type of Master Settement?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

What resulted was the landmark Master Settlement Agreement of 1998. Sherwin-Williams, along with other former lead paint manufacturers/marketers, could also find itself "cornered" into negotiating a master agreement. Sherwin-Williams and its legal team at Jones Day are waiting to find out if the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) will review its conviction as a public nuisance in "County of Santa Clara v.

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Public Nuisance as Monster from The Deep - Judge Keeps It in "County of Summit, OH et al. v. Purdue, et al."

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Eventually that was settled through the Master Agreement in 1998.  Any corporation facing litigation alleging public nuisance or which could be a target for that kind of lawsuit should feel the blast of arctic air going through the business community. At the top of the list could be the former lead paint manufacturers/marketers such as Sherwin-Williams.    In "County of Summit, Ohio et al. Purdue et al." " U.S.

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State Attorneys General Contending Public Nuisance on Side of the Angels

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The result was the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement of 1998. Beginning tomorrow, Johnson & Johnson will face off in court with the Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter. Among what will be on trial is the legal concept of public nuisance as applied to the opioid epidemic. In other states, where public nuisance has been alleged in the opioid crisis, the lawsuits brought by the AGs were settled.

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