District Court Denies Attempt to Extend Bestfoods Analysis For Holding Related Entities Responsible in Non-CERCLA Context
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Babb v. Lee County Landfill SC, LLC, ___F. Supp.2d___
The U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina recently dismissed a distant parent company and an affiliate (collectively: Related Entities) of a limited liability company, which owns and operates a landfill, because plaintiffs failed to show that direct liability exists in South Carolina for non-owning entities that directly control a property.
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