FED. JUDGE ALLOWS NON-SETTLING DEFENDANT TO INTERVENE IN SUPERFUND CASE United States v. City of Glen Cove | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

FED. JUDGE ALLOWS NON-SETTLING DEFENDANT TO INTERVENE IN SUPERFUND CASE United States v. City of Glen Cove | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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24 No. 21 Andrews Envtl. Litig. Rep. 6
Andrews Environmental Litigation Reporter
*1 May 21, 2004
CERCLA
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FED. JUDGE ALLOWS NON-SETTLING DEFENDANT TO INTERVENE IN SUPERFUND CASE

United States v. City of Glen Cove

In a case of first impression, a New York federal judge has found that a non-settling responsible party can intervene under CERCLA in an action brought by the U.S. government against other responsible parties to resolve their potential liability at a...
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