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Ins. of N.A. v. Morton Int'l, Inc.

U.S.
Jun 27, 1994
512 U.S. 1245 (1994)

Summary

noting that state and federal statutes like the Spill Act provide that "joint and several liability for cleanup costs may be imposed retroactively and without regard to fault"

Summary of this case from Handy Harman v. Park Ridge

Opinion

No. 93-1797.

June 27, 1994.


Sup. Ct. N. J. Motion of Insurance Environmental Litigation Association for leave to file a brief as amicus curiae granted. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 134 N. J. 1, 629 A. 2d 831.


Summaries of

Ins. of N.A. v. Morton Int'l, Inc.

U.S.
Jun 27, 1994
512 U.S. 1245 (1994)

noting that state and federal statutes like the Spill Act provide that "joint and several liability for cleanup costs may be imposed retroactively and without regard to fault"

Summary of this case from Handy Harman v. Park Ridge
Case details for

Ins. of N.A. v. Morton Int'l, Inc.

Case Details

Full title:INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA ET AL. v. MORTON INTERNATIONAL, INC

Court:U.S.

Date published: Jun 27, 1994

Citations

512 U.S. 1245 (1994)

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