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Midwest Aluminum Mfg. Co. v. General Elec. Co.

ELR Citation: ELR 20299
Nos. No. 4:90-CV-143, (W.D. Mich., 08/04/1992)

The court holds, applying Michigan law, that a former employee of a company that was forced to shut down due to the cleanup and remediation costs of environmental contamination at its business site, which was alleged to have come from an adjoining manufacturing plant, has failed to allege all the required elements of the intentional tort of inte...

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