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27 Jun 2013

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US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

[PDF] Sahu v. Union Carbide Corporation, Warren Anderson - Summary Order

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Sahu and many others living near the Bhopal plant may well have suffered terrible and lasting injuries from a wholly preventable disaster for which someone is responsible. After nine years of contentious litigation and discovery, however, all that the evidence in this case demonstrates is that [Union Carbide Corporation] is not that entity. Accordingly, and for the reasons set out above, we AFFIRM the June 27, 2012 judgment of the District Court [dismissing the case].

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