New York Justice: Locomotive Maker Escapes Cashier's Asbestos Action

New York Justice: Locomotive Maker Escapes Cashier's Asbestos Action

NEW YORK - A diner cashier's evidence suggests that railroad employees worked on a defendant's asbestos-containing locomotives but cannot place those employees at the eatery, making his case "too attenuated" to survive summary judgment, a New York justice held in an opinion posted Nov. 22 (Morton Frieder and Rosalind Frieder v. Long Island Railroad, et al., No. 190212/12, N.Y. Sup., New York Co.).

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