Federal Judge Stays Case Pending Appeal In Toxic Mine Exposure Case

Federal Judge Stays Case Pending Appeal In Toxic Mine Exposure Case

ST. LOUIS - A Missouri federal judge on March 14 granted a motion to stay a case filed by Peruvian children who allege that they suffered injuries as a result of toxic exposures from a mine in Peru, pending appeal to a U.S. appeals court of the judge's previous decision to refuse their application to stay the case pending international arbitration and finding that the children were not bound by arbitration (A.O.A., et al. v. Doe Run Resources Corporation, et al., Nos. 4:11CV44 CDP,4:11CV45 CDP,4:11CV46 CDP,4:11CV47 CDP,4:11CV48 CDP,4:11CV49 CDP,4:11CV50 CDP,4:11CV52 CDP,4:11CV55 CDP,4:11CV56 CDP,4:11CV59 CDP, E.D. Mo.; 2011 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 140562).

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