New York Justice Rejects Substandard Testing Evidence In Asbestos Case

New York Justice Rejects Substandard Testing Evidence In Asbestos Case

NEW YORK - An asbestos supplier has not demonstrated that testing done on the joint compound and wall board in a home satisfy testing standards or sufficiently countered claims that it was the sole supplier for the region, a New York justice held in an opinion posted June 25 (John Logan and Gail Logan v. A.P. Mollero-Maersk Inc., et al., No. 190203/12, N.Y. Sup., New York Co.; 2013 N.Y. Misc. LEXIS 2590).

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