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PARENT COMPANY NOT LIABLE FOR SUBSIDIARY'S ASBESTOS PRODUCTS, FEDERAL JUDGE SAYS

Sprague v. Pfizer Inc.

A federal judge in Washington state has dismissed an asbestos-related claim against Pfizer Inc., concluding that the company's ownership of a subsidiary did not make it liable for the subsidiary's asbestos-containing products.
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