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Northern Pulp, affiliate company owe Nova Scotia government more than $85 million

Northern Pulp and an associated company owe the province more than $85 million.

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Water authorities in New York sue 3M, DuPont, Chemours over PFAS

Two water districts in Long Island, New York have sued 3M Co, E.I. DuPont De Nemours and Co. and the Chemours Co, accusing the chemical makers of contaminating their drinking water supplies with toxic substances.

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Lawsuit alleges Quad misled investors over last 21 months

Quad did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the case.

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Ex-Weyerhaeuser finance manager charged with fraud, theft

Federal prosecutors have filed criminal charges against an ex-finance manager from Weyerhaeuser who is accused of stealing at least $4.5 million from the timber business.

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Ex-DuPont CEO Claims No Intent to Burden Chemours with Unlimited Liabilities

DuPont de Nemours Inc. never intended to saddle its spinoff Chemours Co. with "unlimited exposure" to its liabilities, DuPont's former chief executive officer said.

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Liqui-Box sells bag-in-box business to get green light for DS Smith deal

Britain's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) was investigating whether Liqui-Box's $585 million takeover of the DS Smith business would reduce competition.

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Quad/Graphics to pay nearly $10M to resolve overseas bribery charges

Quad/Graphics Inc will pay $9.9 million to settle U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission charges it conducted bribery schemes in Peru and China and violated U.S. sanctions by dealing with a Cuban state-owned telecommunications company.

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Former Smurfit chief Gary McGann loses tax appeal

Businessman Gary McGann has lost an appeal against tax treatment on two payments totalling €2.3 million which he claimed were a gift from SmurfitKappa's shareholders during his time as chief executive.

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Fort Frances moves to seize paper mill equipment for unpaid taxes

The Town of Fort Frances is trying to seize some heavy equipment belonging to the new owners of the former Resolute Forest Products sawmill in an effort to recover unpaid taxes.

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Tax board changes mind on Expera appeal

The city's long tax fight with former mill owner Expera took another odd twist last week, with the Board of Property Tax Review apparently reversing itself on a previous decision, setting the stage for more potential legal action.

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UK CMA Says It Could Accept Undertakings For Liqui-Box, DS Smith Deal

The UK Competition & Markets Authority said it might be able to clear the acquisition of DS Smith PLC's plastic division by Liqui-Box Corp following the offer of undertakings by Liqui-Box.

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AF&PA Statement on Uncoated Free Sheet Paper Anti-circumvention Petitions

An education group seeking to increase access to college textbooks and research materials on Wednesday asked the U.S. government to block the proposed merger of textbook publishers McGraw-Hill Education Inc and Cengage Learning Holdings II Inc.

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Education group urges U.S. Justice Department to block textbook merger

An education group seeking to increase access to college textbooks and research materials on Wednesday asked the U.S. government to block the proposed merger of textbook publishers McGraw-Hill Education Inc and Cengage Learning Holdings II Inc.

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Smurfit Kappa fined €124m after Italian cartel investigation

SKG said that it was "very disappointed" with the finding of the Italian Market Competitiveness Protection Authority (AGCM) "on many levels and will vigorously appeal this decision on both administrative and substantive grounds".

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USW Joins Filing Seeking Anti-Circumvention Inquiry in Uncoated Paper Orders on Australia, Brazil, China, Indonesia and Portugal

The United Steelworkers (USW) union joined with several domestic paper producers in filing a request with the U.S. Department of Commerce to address the circumvention of existing antidumping and countervailing duty orders on uncoated paper imports.

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Watchdog raises red flag over DS Smith's sale of assets to rival

Food and drinks suppliers could get a worse deal on their packaging if DS Smith sells part of its business to Liqui-Box, the competition watchdog has found.

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Class action alleges Menasha wrongly made workers scan their fingerprints

An employee is filing a class action lawsuit against a Wisconsin-based specialized packaging company, alleging it breached information privacy law by making workers scan their fingerprints when punching in and out of work shifts.

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ACCC appeals against Kimberly-Clark flushable wipes court decision

Australia's consumer watchdog is appealing against a Federal Court decision that found the makers of so-called flushable wipes did not mislead their customers.

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Worker Severely Burned, and Graphic Packaging International Faces $211,400 in Fines

The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) cited Graphic Packaging International LLC - an Atlanta, Georgia-based paper product manufacturer - for exposing employees to hot steam, and failing to ensure the use of proper hazardous energy control methods.

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Ontario waived Resolute's repayment of $23 million for Fort Frances mill project

A town councillor in Fort Frances wants the provincial government to reveal the details of an agreement the previous Liberal government struck with Resolute Forest Products.

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Chemours says DuPont lowballed environmental liabilities

The DuPont Co. massively downplayed the cost of environmental liabilities with which Chemours would be saddled when DuPont spun off its former performance chemicals unit in 2015, according to a lawsuit unsealed Friday.

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Kimberly-Clark cleared over 'flushable' wipe claims

The company behind Kleenex has avoided punishment in the Federal Court on accusations it misled customers by claiming its moist towelettes are flushable.

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The General Court of the European Union has dismissed Huhtamaki's appeal against the European Commission's 2015 decision on anticompetitive behavior

Huhtamaki announced in July 2015 that it had decided to launch an appeal against the European Commission's decision before the General Court of the European Union. The General Court has dismissed Huhtamaki's appeal.

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District court denies reconsideration for individual to sue International Paper Co. over alleged 'black liquor' eruption

In a continuing case of lawsuits levied against the International Paper Co. (IPC) regarding an alleged eruption of "black liquor" at the Bogalusa Paper Mill that plaintiffs claim caused multiple injuries and property damages, a U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana judge has denied consideration of a civil court trial for one of the plaintiffs.

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Supreme Court census ruling a setback for R.R. Donnelley

The Supreme Court has blocked a citizenship question on the 2020 census for now. But the court opened a path that could still let the question be added.

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