Court Consolidates RF Health Litigation

Vaughan, Allyson
November 2001
Wireless Week;11/12/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 46, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that a judicial panel on multidistrict litigation in Washington decided to consolidate litigation challenging the safety of radio frequency emissions from wireless phones pending in state courts in Louisiana, Maryland, New York and Pennsylvanbia to one federal court in Maryland. Why the panel considered consolidation; View of attorney Joanne Suder on the move; Book about the complaints regarding adverse health effects from wireless phones.


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