It is premature to say whether public nuisance litigation against the lead paint
industry will ultimately succeed in the courts.
Rabin, a child lead poisoning activist for more than 20 years, was instrumental in bringing about the nation's first private lawsuit against a former lead paint
manufacturer in Massachusetts in the 1980s.
The paint companies maintained that the number of affected children has been declining and that the state of Rhode Island--which, in 1999, became the first state to sue the lead paint
industry--did not present evidence that the products had been used in particular homes or had been sold in the state.
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The policyholder argued that lead paint
was not a pollutant because it was not specifically mentioned in the definition of pollutant.
The UN GAELP is a voluntary partnership established to help achieve international goals to prevent children's exposure to lead paint
and to minimize occupational exposures to lead paint
In addition to removing lead paint
from the exterior and interior of the historic home at 1 Tallawanda Drive, the project also calls for removing and replacing its 32 double-hung windows, two basement pop-out windows, and its front entrance door, all of which also have lead paint
An estimated 143,000 deaths a year result from lead poisoning, according to WHO data; lead paint
is a major contributor to this death toll.
I am now the proud owner of a duly inspected and certified house that complies with all of the lead paint
abatement laws of the State of Maryland.
The lawyer's guide to lead paint
, asbestos, and Chinese drywall.
Cruz, Manila tainted with lead paint
. Out of 15 medal samples, nine were found to contain lead in the range of 1,316 to 22,900 parts per million as per x-ray fluorescence screening.