NJ Superfund Case Reopens Over Alleged Settlement Breach

Law360, New York (October 17, 2013, 9:30 PM ET) -- The federal government has won its bid to reopen cleanup litigation over the Algro Knitting Mills Superfund Site in Milltown, N.J., so it can collect on a $300,000 consent decree that it contends settling companies have violated.

In an order entered Thursday, U.S. Judge Anne E. Thompson granted the motion from the government, which said the defendant companies failed to make the last installment of the penalty and interest and submitted other payments late.

And while property owner SB Building Associates LP filed for Chapter 11...
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