Shell Rethinks $90M Waste Harm Deal After Secrecy Nixed

By Daniel Siegal (December 5, 2014, 9:57 PM EST) -- Shell Oil Co. on Friday told a California judge that it is reconsidering a previously agreed-upon $90 million settlement of personal injury claims brought by Los Angeles area residents allegedly harmed by buried waste oil, saying the court's refusal to grant the agreement confidentiality left it unsettled....

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