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4TH CIRCUIT BREATHES NEW LIFE INTO CELL PHONE LAWSUITS Pinney v. Nokia Inc.

13 No. 1 ANHLLR 5Andrews Health Law Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

4TH CIRCUIT BREATHES NEW LIFE INTO CELL PHONE LAWSUITS Pinney v. Nokia Inc.

13 No. 1 ANHLLR 5Andrews Health Law Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

13 No. 1 Andrews Health L. Litig. Rep. 5
Andrews Health Law Litigation Reporter
*1 May 25, 2005
Cellular Phones
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4TH CIRCUIT BREATHES NEW LIFE INTO CELL PHONE LAWSUITS

Pinney v. Nokia Inc.

A divided 4th Circuit has reinstated claims brought by users of wireless cell phones who say the industry failed to warn consumers about the health risks associated with radio-frequency emissions.
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