Rhode Island Lead Suit a Mistrial

December 2002
Industrial Paint & Powder;Dec2002, Vol. 78 Issue 12, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the court decision on the lead suit filed against eight companies in Rhode Island. Significance of the mistrial decision on the paint industry; Contention of the state on the presence of lead-based paints; Failure of the state on proving the occurrence of lead poisoning.


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