Today, plaintiffs attorneys rested their case in the third DuPont C-8 case, in which plaintiff David Freeman of Little Hocking, Ohio is seeking to hold DuPont accountable for causing his testicular cancer with C-8 in drinking water. Since June 1, plaintiffs attorneys have presented evidence to the jury regarding DuPont’s knowledge of the hazards of… Read More

Here is a statement from Dr. Paul Brooks, advisor to Keep Your Promises DuPont, regarding Rep. McKinley’s call for Congressional hearings: “We welcome Rep. McKinley’s call for Congressional hearings on EPA’s C-8 guideline, which rightly showed Vienna and communities across the country that our drinking water is contaminated with harmful levels of C-8. “The guideline… Read More

Citron Research came out strongly against DuPont in a report this afternoon, detailing the many flaws of the Chemours spinoff: Click here to read the report. None of this information, including the conclusion that Chemours is headed for bankruptcy, comes as any surprise to us. Bloomberg, CNBC, Barron’s, and others have since picked up on… Read More

Today, members of Keep Your Promises DuPont attended the first day of DuPont’s next C-8 trial brought by David Freeman, a Little Hocking resident who alleges that DuPont’s C-8 contamination in drinking water caused his testicular cancer. The jury heard opening statements in the case, and both sides outlined the arguments they will undertake over… Read More

Today, in response to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s announcement of a drinking water health advisory for C-8 of 0.07 parts per billion, Dr. Paul Brooks released the following statement on behalf of Keep Your Promises DuPont: “EPA’s guideline is a step in the right direction, but it is insufficient to protect people’s health from… Read More

Today, in advance of DuPont’s and Chemours’s Annual General Meetings on Wednesday, Keep Your Promises DuPont released a summary of the growing C-8 liabilities facing the companies (read the summary here). Arising from several material developments for stakeholders, including the revelation of widespread contamination in the Netherlands, Japan, and the United States in addition to… Read More

Today, Keep Your Promises DuPont issued a letter to DuPont CEO Ed Breen criticizing his continued lack of leadership and transparency in failing to disclose C-8 contamination issues in Dordrecht, Holland. A report released yesterday by Dutch regulatory agency RIVM confirmed C-8 contamination originating from DuPont’s plant dating back decades. The RIVM report states, “People living… Read More

Keep Your Promises DuPont announced that it plans to pursue litigation opportunities with the nationally-known law firm of Levin Papantonio. This partnership will seek to hold DuPont, Chemours and their respective officers and directors accountable for their lack of transparency and failure to disclose the full extent of liabilities, which has created harm to stakeholders. “For several months… Read More

  The Vermont Department of Health is warning residents not to drink water with C-8 contamination exceeding .02 parts per billion (ppb). Recent testing of drinking water in Vienna, West Virginia and Parkersburg, West Virginia has registered levels of C-8 contamination five times higher than the level the Vermont Department of Health now deems safe.… Read More