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Court of Appeals tweaks Exxon rulings (access required)

The state’s highest court will not change its decision to strip hundreds of Jacksonville residents and businesses of most of the damages two juries awarded in separate lawsuits against Exxon Mobil Corp., stemming from a gasoline leak that continued for more than a month in 2006.

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Top 5: ‘Let’s give it a shot in Baltimore’ (access required)

The Court of Special Appeals’ decision to reverse much of a $150 million jury verdict against Exxon Mobil kicks off the list of the most-read law stories of the week. Also making the list is Maryland’s decision to join the ...

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Jacksonville resident laments cost to farm despite $60M in damages (access required)

Another verdict may have come down against Exxon Mobil Corp. for a 2006 gasoline leak that contaminated the water supply for many Jacksonville residents, but for those affected, the five-year ordeal is far from over. Hans Wilhelmsen, who lives with ...

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Exxon lawyer apologizes to Jacksonville residents (access required)

For the second time in 27 months, James F. Sanders offered an apology Tuesday on behalf of Exxon Mobil Corp. to Jacksonville residents for a massive gasoline leak that contaminated their water supply in 2006. “We are sorry. This should ...

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Second Exxon Mobil trial begins (access required)

Exxon Mobil Corp. has repeatedly failed to follow through on safety measures promised for its Jacksonville station, resulting in a massive gasoline leak in 2006 and a half-hearted cleanup effort since, lawyers for hundreds of plaintiffs said Monday. The four-and-a-half ...

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Exxon lawyer asks court to throw out verdict (access required)

ANNAPOLIS — An attorney for Exxon Mobil Corp. urged a Maryland appeals court Monday to throw out — or at least substantially reduce — a $150 million verdict for the emotional distress, medical monitoring and lost property values endured by ...

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