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DuPont loses appeal bid to keep Chemours lawsuit secret

A judge has denied the DuPont Co.'s request to approve an appeal to Delaware's Supreme Court of an order directing the unsealing of a complaint filed against the company by chemical manufacturer Chemours.

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Canada officially appeals WTO panel report regarding US anti-dumping tariffs on softwood lumber

Canada has filed an appeal concerning the WTO panel report in the case brought by Canada in "United States -- Anti-dumping measures applying differential pricing methodology to softwood lumber from Canada." Canada requests the Appellate Body to review the Panel's findings and conclusions and to reverse it.

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Court allows class action against International Paper Co. over alleged 'black liquor' injuries, versus individual claims

A judge for the U.S. District Court of the Eastern District of Louisiana has granted multiple plaintiffs' requests to include their personal injury lawsuits against the International Paper Company (IPC) in a class action lawsuit.

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Right to work laws violated, Burlington Packaging Corporation of America employee alleges in lawsuit

A Packaging Corporation of America employee is suing the company and United Steelworkers Local 231, claiming union fees were collected from his paycheck against his will.

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Legionella victims to file a complaint against Stora Enso

Victims of a Legionella epidemic (Legionnaires' disease) that broke out near Ghent will jointly file a complaint against the company responsible, according to reports.

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Judge questions secrecy in Chemours lawsuit against DuPont

A Delaware judge has ordered the unsealing of a complaint filed by chemical manufacturer Chemours against the DuPont Co., which spun off Chemours in 2015, and chastised attorneys for the secrecy surrounding the dispute.

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Britain's competition watchdog investigates Liqui-Box deal for DS Smith unit

Britain's competition watchdog said it was investigating whether U.S.-based Liqui-Box's $585 million takeover of a DS Smith Plc business could lessen competition in the market.

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Judge gives OK for hundreds of West Point, Virginia residents to sue WestRock mill over 'fugitive dust'

A federal judge has given the OK for most downtown West Point residents to sue the West Point paper mill as a group rather than individually over dust they say negatively affects their lives.

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Verso Internal Auditor Charged with Repeated Insider Trading

WorkSafeBC has fined a forest company $29,049 for the deaths of three workers in a "high-risk" railway accident on northern Vancouver Island.

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Fine for death of three Western Forest Products' workers criticized as inadequate

WorkSafeBC has fined a forest company $29,049 for the deaths of three workers in a "high-risk" railway accident on northern Vancouver Island.

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