Murphy-Brown – the nation’s largest pork producer – found friends in the General Assembly who would protect the company from “nuisance lawsuits.” The legislature passed a law blocking a hog farm’s neighbors from suing for damages caused by exposure to odor, flies and noise. The law’s backers said such lawsuits were being brought by “predatory lawyers.”
Murphy-Brown – the nation’s largest pork producer – found friends in the General Assembly who would protect the company from “nuisance lawsuits.” The legislature passed a law blocking a hog farm’s neighbors from suing for damages caused by exposure to odor, flies and noise. The law’s backers said such lawsuits were being brought by “predatory lawyers.”
Murphy-Brown – the nation’s largest pork producer – found friends in the General Assembly who would protect the company from “nuisance lawsuits.” The legislature passed a law blocking a hog farm’s neighbors from suing for damages caused by exposure to odor, flies and noise. The law’s backers said such lawsuits were being brought by “predatory lawyers.”

2017 as seen by Dwane Powell

December 28, 2017 07:40 PM