Pa. Justices Warn Of Junk Science In Asbestos Damage Splits

By Matt Fair (March 6, 2019, 6:27 PM EST) -- Likening the argument to "junk science," members of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Wednesday suggested that vague evidence about asbestos exposure would make it nearly impossible for jurors, as required by state law, to divvy up damage awards in multidefendant asbestos cases based on relative share of liability....

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