NEW YORK LAW REVIVING 9/11 CLEANUP WORKERS' CLAIMS RULED UNCONSTITUTIONAL In re World Trade Ctr. Lower Manhattan Disaster Site Litig. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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NEW YORK LAW REVIVING 9/11 CLEANUP WORKERS' CLAIMS RULED UNCONSTITUTIONAL

In re World Trade Ctr. Lower Manhattan Disaster Site Litig.

A federal judge in Manhattan has entered summary judgment for a public benefit corporation accused of failing to protect 9/11 cleanup workers from toxic substances, finding a New York state law that revived previously time-barred claims is...
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