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A Maryland appeals court yesterday quashed a ruling that  Exxon (XOM) must pay $1B in...

A Maryland appeals court yesterday quashed a ruling that  Exxon (XOM) must pay $1B in punitive damages for a 2006 gasoline leak that residents said polluted their drinking water. The court also invalidated a verdict that Exxon was liable for fraud. The case will now go for a retrial. In the original ruling, the plaintiffs were awarded $495M in compensation as well.
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  • Marek
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    A billion here, a billion there...
    27 Feb 2013, 10:58 PM Reply Like
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