DynCorp Must Give Up Docs In Colombian Drug Spraying Row

Law360, New York (April 24, 2012, 1:49 PM EDT) -- DynCorp International Inc. must hand over flight location records to about 3,200 Ecuadoreans who say the government contractor unleashed a harmful herbicide on their lands while conducting aerial spraying to kill drug crops in Colombia, according to a ruling published Monday.

A Washington federal judge refused to reconsider an April 2010 ruling compelling DynCorp and its affiliates to produce flight location data for operations near the Ecuadorean border, also turning down the defendants' request for an interlocutory appeal.

The Ecuadorean plaintiffs, bringing suit under the Alien...
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ARIAS et al v. DYNCORP et al


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1:01-cv-01908

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District Of Columbia

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Civil Rights: Other

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Ellen S. Huvelle

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September 11, 2001

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