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Tag Archives: Exxon trial

Answer to ethics question helped to guide CSA judges in Exxon Mobil opinion

Maybe we could’ve seen coming the confusion over the Court of Special Appeals’ in banc hearing of Exxon Mobil’s appeal of Jacksonville residents’ $150 million jury verdict. After all, the judges themselves were concerned about who could hear the case. ...

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Jurors will award punitive damages in Exxon leak case

Exxon Mobil Corp. should pay punitive damages to the second group of Jacksonville residents to sue over a massive 2006 gas leak, the jury deciding the case said Tuesday. While the amount has yet to be determined, the award of ...

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Exxon trial update: They saw the sign

After four months and hundreds of witnesses, the Jacksonville plaintiffs have rested their case against Exxon Mobil Corp. stemming from a massive 2006 gasoline leak. I popped into the courtroom in Towson on Thursday morning and found Judge Robert N. ...

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No laughing gas needed

Lawyers for Jacksonville residents and ExxonMobil Corp. are back in Baltimore County Circuit Court on Thursday and Friday for pretrial hearings on the experts the plaintiffs are seeking to use in the upcoming gas station leak trial. (The most recent ...

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Exxon hearing, trial postponed

A motions hearing scheduled for today was postponed in a mass-action lawsuit filed by Jacksonville residents against Exxon Mobil Corp. for a 25,000-gallon-plus leak at a local gas station in early 2006. Lawyers on both sides have a bit more ...

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