Jess Mancini — February 14, 2017 PARKERSBURG — A $670.7 million settlement in principle has been reached resolving the C8 lawsuits pending against DuPont, officials announced on Monday. DuPont and Chemours, the spinoff company which now owns and operates the Washington Works plant in Wood County, have agreed to each pay $335.35 million to settle… Read More

This morning, DuPont made a settlement offer in the amount of $670.7 million to the 3,550 plaintiffs in the C-8 litigation. Keep Your Promises advisor Harold Bock offers the following statement: “DuPont’s settlement offer of $670.7 million for the 3,550 local residents harmed by C-8 represents an enormous step in the right direction, and we… Read More

Today, a jury in Columbus awarded plaintiff Kenneth Vigneron $10.5 million in punitive damages from DuPont for the company’s conscious disregard for the plaintiff’s health. The punitive damages are awarded in addition to the $2 million in compensatory damages awarded by the same jury on December 21, 2016. Keep Your Promises advisor Harold Bock issued… Read More

Today, Keep Your Promises advisor Harold Bock issued a statement on behalf of the campaign applauding the jury’s verdict in favor of plaintiff Kenneth Vigneron in the DuPont C-8 trial, including a compensatory award of $2 million and punitive damages. There will be additional testimony starting on January 4, 2017 before the jury awards a… Read More

On Monday, Keep Your Promises DuPont will show its support for Kenneth Vigneron as his case against DuPont goes to trial in federal court in Columbus, Ohio. Vigneron says that his testicular cancer resulted from drinking water tainted by C-8, the toxic chemical that DuPont used to make Teflon. Keep Your Promises DuPont members led… Read More

Parkersburg News & Sentinel – October 11, 2016 A federal judge in Columbus, Ohio, has ruled DuPont must supply documents related to C8 pollution in the Netherlands in the damage cases being litigated in U.S. District Court. More than 3,500 lawsuits have been filed alleging adverse health impacts from the use of the material to… Read More

September 1, 2016 — From staff report , Parkersburg News and Sentinel A federal judge hearing the C8 liability cases ruled against DuPont’s objection to the trials scheduled in November and January. DuPont sought an 11-month hold on all trial activities by vacation of the two trials to replace two bellwhether cases that were settled. Chief… Read More

Dow-DuPont Could Be on Hook for Teflon Liabilities, Groups Say Jack Kaskey // Tiffany Kary July 15, 2016 — 4:38 PM EDT Damages may reach $1.9 billion for claims on chemical PFOA Letter follows Chemours statement on its ‘legal defenses’ DuPont Co. and Dow Chemical Co. must tell shareholders before next week’s merger vote that they may face… Read More

DuPont Will Be Back in Court Sooner Than Most Chemours Investors Know JUL 15, 2016 @ 01:02 PM Max Frumes CONTRIBUTOR POST WRITTEN BY Chelsea Frankel Last week a major new jury verdict in the C-8 multi-district litigation against DuPont was issued. Ultimately, Chemours securities are up after the week’s events but dropped initially on… Read More