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O'Neal v. Department of the Army

The court holds that landowners whose wells were contaminated by toxic chemicals migrating from a U.S. Army aircraft maintenance facility failed to prove that the Army was negligent, and that they were entitled to medical monitoring...

Lamb v. Martin Marietta Energy Sys., Inc.

The court holds that the government contractor defense was available to an operator of a gaseous diffusion plant in an action by neighboring landowners for environmental contamination of their property, but that the operator failed to...

Montana Pole & Treating Plant v. I.F. Laucks & Co.

The court affirms a district court decision that Montana's two-year statute of limitations for property damage claims bars claims by a Superfund site owner against manufacturers of chemicals discarded by the owner on the site. The court...

Enfield v. Atlantic Richfield Co.

The court holds that landowners' complaint, which alleges that they were required to hire experts to test, evaluate, and develop a cleanup plan for pollution on their property caused by an oil company, states a claim for mitigation...