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Plaintiff Alleges Causation for Dive Drowning (access required)

The estate of a woman who drowned during a scuba diving certification class sufficiently alleges proximate causation with allegations about inadequate observation of divers and inadequate equipment and staffing, and the Alexandria U.S. District Court says defendants’ affirmative defenses of ...

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Valve Only Used for ‘Ordinary Purpose’ (access required)

In Norfolk Coating’s suit against Sherwin-Williams for breach of contract, breach of implied warranty and fraud related to Sherwin-Williams’ allegedly faulty refurbishment of a sprayer that resulted in peeling paint on ballast tanks painted by Norfolk Coating, the Norfolk U.S. ...

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