Law360, New York (May 24, 2016, 11:21 AM ET) — The Second Circuit refused Tuesday to revive a putative class action brought against Union Carbide Corp. by residents who claimed pollution from a Bhopal, India, pesticide factory damaged their property and poisoned the nearby soil and drinking water in the 1970s and 1980s.
The opinion is the latest development in litigation stemming from the alleged pollution that has taken years to wend through the U.S. court system. In upholding New York U.S. District Judge Judge John F. Keenan’s 2014 decision to reject the plaintiffs’ bid to…
What a crime Carbide committed in Bhopal. What a shame this is… looks like justice will never be served. Wanna know more about this?
Union Carbide creates pollution just about where ever it goes, I think. Their previous home in W Kentucky is a superfund site. Who cares, they have jobs!