U-Haul Reaches $2M Deal To End Calif. Suit

Law360, New York (August 21, 2009, 3:52 PM EDT) -- California's attorney general and eight state district attorneys have reached a $2 million settlement with U-Haul Company of California that ends a lawsuit over the way the company handled and disposed of hazardous materials.

In announcing the deal Friday, California Attorney General Jerry Brown said U-Haul also agreed to complete and maintain statutorily mandated hazardous material business plans and emergency response plans for regulated facilities; train its employees on how to properly handle hazardous materials; and retain an environmental coordinator who will oversee, monitor and submit...
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