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LA. FED. COURT DENIES CLASS CERTIFICATION TO BUYERS OF CCA-TREATED WOOD Ardoin v. Stine Lumber Co.

22 No. 21 ANTOXLR 10Andrews Toxic Torts Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

LA. FED. COURT DENIES CLASS CERTIFICATION TO BUYERS OF CCA-TREATED WOOD Ardoin v. Stine Lumber Co.

22 No. 21 ANTOXLR 10Andrews Toxic Torts Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

22 No. 21 Andrews Toxic Torts Litig. Rep. 10
Andrews Toxic Torts Litigation Reporter
*1 November 23, 2004
CCA-Treated Wood
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LA. FED. COURT DENIES CLASS CERTIFICATION TO BUYERS OF CCA-TREATED WOOD

Ardoin v. Stine Lumber Co.

In a win for the wood-preserving industry, a Louisiana federal court has denied class certification to a group of plaintiffs who claim that wood containing the arsenic-based preservative CCA poses dangers to themselves and their property.
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