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Antolovich v. Brown Group

Environmental

1,200

$0.9 Million

Plaintiffs alleged that industrial chemicals were released into the soil and growndwater at the former Redfield Rifle Scopes manufacturing facility in the Denver, Colorado area.

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Antolovich v. Brown Group

Counsel:
Hannon Law Firm - Denver CO
Haddon Morgan & Foreman PC - Denver CO
Montgomery Little & Soran PC - Greenwood Village CO

Settlement: $900,000

Class Size: 1,200 Property owners

Plaintiffs alleged that industrial chemicals were released into the soil and growndwater at the former Redfield Rifle Scopes manufacturing facility in the Denver, Colorado area.

Batchelder v. Kerr-McGee Corporation

Environmental

10,000

$1.5 Million

Kerr-McGee owned and operated a wood treatment plant in Columbus, Mississippi, that treated railroad ties. The plant allegedly released harmful chemicals, contaminating the air and water in the surrounding community. Benefits include cash payment and medical monitoring.

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Batchelder v. Kerr-McGee Corporation

Counsel:
Roda Nast PC - Lancaster PA
Covington & Burling LLP - Washington DC

Settlement: $1,500,000

Class Size: 10,000 Residents and property owners

Kerr-McGee owned and operated a wood treatment plant in Columbus, Mississippi, that treated railroad ties. The plant allegedly released harmful chemicals, contaminating the air and water in the surrounding community. Benefits include cash payment and medical monitoring.

C. De Baca v. Asarco

Environmental

300

$6.0 Million

A smelter plant operated by Asarco in north Denver allegedly contaminated the South Globeville neighborhood over many years of operation. The settlement included cash benefits and soil remediation.

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C. De Baca v. Asarco

Counsel:
Gersh & Helfrich LLP - Denver CO
Randall Weiner Law Offices - Boulder CO
Covington & Burling LLP - Washington DC
Holland & Hart LLP - Denver CO

Settlement: $6,000,000

Class Size: 300 Residential property owners and renters

A smelter plant operated by Asarco in north Denver allegedly contaminated the South Globeville neighborhood over many years of operation. The settlement included cash benefits and soil remediation.

Carlson v. City of Warren

Environmental

1,500

$1.4 Million

In May 2000, numerous homeowners filed a class action lawsuit, on behalf of themselves and all other similarly situated persons, against the City of Warren alleging property damage caused by the roots of City trees located in the public right-of-way in front of their homes and other homes.

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Carlson v. City of Warren

Counsel:
Mantese Honigman Rossman - Troy MI
Fraser & Souweidane PC - Mt. Clemens MI
Garan Lucow Miller PC - Detroit MI

Settlement: $1,420,000

Class Size: 1,500 Warren property owners

In May 2000, numerous homeowners filed a class action lawsuit, on behalf of themselves and all other similarly situated persons, against the City of Warren alleging property damage caused by the roots of City trees located in the public right-of-way in front of their homes and other homes.

Jackson v. Unocal

Environmental

500

$32.5 Million

The lawsuit claimed that ACM was released as a result of Pipeline removal and seeks damages for alleged harm to properties including the cost of clean-up or remediation of the ACM, loss in property value, annoyance and discomfort, loss of use and enjoyment, unjust enrichment, and punitive damages.

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Jackson v. Unocal

Counsel:
Hannon Law Firm - Denver CO
Inman Flynn Biesterfeld & Brentlinger - Denver CO
Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP - Denver CO

Settlement: $32,500,000

Class Size: 500 Property owners

The lawsuit claimed that ACM was released as a result of Pipeline removal and seeks damages for alleged harm to properties including the cost of clean-up or remediation of the ACM, loss in property value, annoyance and discomfort, loss of use and enjoyment, unjust enrichment, and punitive damages.

Jones v. General Motors Corp

Environmental

300

$1.2 Million

An automobile parts plant allegedly contaminated the aquifer beneath a nearby neighborhood.

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Jones v. General Motors Corp

Counsel:
Bos & Glazier - Grand Rapids MI
Honigman Miller Schwartz & Cohn - Detroit MI

Settlement: $1,215,000

Class Size: 300 Residential property owners

An automobile parts plant allegedly contaminated the aquifer beneath a nearby neighborhood.

Samples v. Conoco

Environmental

7,000

$65.0 Million

An environmental class action lawsuit involving alleged contamination by two superfund sites. Plaintiffs sought to recover property damages allegedly arising from environmental contamination associated with the industrial facilities. CAA served as Special Master and Class Administrator.

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Samples v. Conoco

Counsel:
Levin Papantonio PA - Pensacola FL
Beggs & Lane LLP - Pensacola FL
Arnold & Porter LLP - Denver CO

Settlement: $65,000,000

Class Size: 7,000 Property owners

An environmental class action lawsuit involving alleged contamination by two superfund sites. Plaintiffs sought to recover property damages allegedly arising from environmental contamination associated with the industrial facilities. CAA served as Special Master and Class Administrator.

Williams v. Conoco

Environmental

36,000

$3.6 Million

Plaintiffs asserted a claim for medical monitoring allegedly arising from exposure to hazardous and toxic substances. The Defendants in this case are former owners and operators of two separate industrial facilities in Pensacola. CAA was appointed Special Master and Class Administrator to oversee the settlement. As Special Master, CAA worked with medical experts to develop the medical monitoring program.

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Williams v. Conoco

Counsel:
Levin Papantonio PA - Pensacola FL
Beggs & Lane LLP - Pensacola FL
Arnold & Porter LLP - Denver CO

Settlement: $3,600,000

Class Size: 36,000 Residents of Pensacola, FL (estimated)

Plaintiffs asserted a claim for medical monitoring allegedly arising from exposure to hazardous and toxic substances. The Defendants in this case are former owners and operators of two separate industrial facilities in Pensacola. CAA was appointed Special Master and Class Administrator to oversee the settlement. As Special Master, CAA worked with medical experts to develop the medical monitoring program.