“Lawyers Want to Stop Chemours’ Communication with Clients,” The Fayetteville Observer
August 16, 2018
Lawyers representing residents who are suing Chemours over GenX contamination in their wells asked a federal judge this week to keep the company from communicating with their clients.
Lawyers from the law firm of Cohen, Milstein, Sellers & Toll filed a motion in federal court Monday saying that Chemours sent misleading letters to residents who are involved in the class action lawsuit. The letters risk undermining the legal process, the motion says.
“An order requiring supervision of further communications by Chemours is necessary to prevent any further potential harm or abuse to plaintiffs and putative class members,” the motion says.