(February 17, 2016, 2:09 PM EST) -- HARRISBURG, Pa. —A magistrate judge assigned to a dispute between residents and an oil and gas company that they contend has contaminated groundwater as a result of hydraulic fracturing operations on Feb. 12 granted the company’s motion to exclude plaintiffs’ exhibits at trial on grounds that they pertain to water tests that were performed just a month before trial without notice being given to the company (Nolen Scott Ely v. Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, No. 09-2284, M.D. Pa.).
(Opinion available. Document #15-160301-005Z.)