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.”