Company: Plaintiffs’ Motion In Tainted Groundwater Case ‘Prohibitively Vague’

(January 4, 2016, 8:46 AM EST) -- HARRISBURG, Pa. — The hydraulic fracturing company sued by a group of Pennsylvania residents who contend that the company has contaminated their groundwater filed a brief in Pennsylvania federal court on Dec. 17, arguing that the plaintiffs’ motion in limine and its brief should not be granted because they are “prohibitively vague and provide no detail about what specific evidence” the plaintiffs are seeking to exclude (Nolen Scott Ely v. Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, No. 09-2284, M.D. Pa.).

(Defendants’ opposition brief available. Document #15-160105-004B.)...
To view the full article, register now.