Ind. High Court Says New Evidence Can't Save Spill Suit

Law360, New York (February 20, 2014, 6:34 PM EST) -- The Indiana Supreme Court said Thursday that evidence obtained after entry of an order granting a motion for partial summary judgment may not form the basis for vacating that order, shooting down an effort to hold a dry cleaner personally responsible for pollution.

Asserting a claim for an environmental legal action and alleging a violation of Indiana's anti-dumping statute, 10th and The Bypass LLC filed a complaint in 2008 against James T. Mitchell and his company, alleging he and others were responsible for environmental contamination while...
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