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Illinois District Court Declines to Dismiss Groundwater Contamination Claim under the Statute of Limitations
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Ludwig v. Pilkington North America, Inc., ___ F.Supp.2d ____
Concluding that a material issue of fact existed with respect to when the plaintiffs became aware of groundwater contamination, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois has denied a motion to dismiss claims by residents of a town in Illinois alleging that the defendant contaminated groundwater with arsenic.
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Northern District of Illinois
Ludwig v. Pilkington North America, Inc.