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Defense lawyers spent the latter half of Wednesday morning attempting to disprove that W.R. Grace conspired to conceal the dangerous nature of Libby vermiculite.
Through the questioning of four witnesses, the defense showed that Grace took action to monitor and reduce workplace dust, that company executives weren’t afraid to take their families to the mine, which [...]
Judge Donald Molloy has not yet reached a decision on whether the testimony of Robert Locke can be included in the case, and his final judgment will not come until legal briefs are supplied by both sides, Molloy said during court Tuesday morning.
“I am not prepared to do it in the absence of knowing [...]
On Monday afternoon Kevin Cassidy called Dr. Richard Allen Lemen as an expert witness for the prosecution. During direct Dr. Lemen indicated that he was a retired epidemiologist for the United States Public Health Service and he was present to testify on behalf of individuals with diseases attributed to asbestos. Judge Molloy corrected [...]
Unlike much of the witness testimony that has occurred during the Government’s case-in-chief, today, both the Government and the defendants quickly moved from one witness to the next. This afternoon McLean quickly wrapped up the direct examination of former W.R. Grace employee Randy Geiger. Geiger was in charge of setting up [...]