City of New York Faces Massive Liability for Failure to Remediate Superfund Site and in Exposing Bronx Residents to Groundwater Contamination
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Nonnan v. City of New York, 2011 N.Y.Slip.Op
In a potentially groundbreaking case, plaintiffs in the area of the Pelham Bay Landfill in the Bronx have successfully pled a claim against the City of New York and will be able to proceed to summary judgment and potentially to trial.
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