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£50million compensation for RAF heroes exposed to toxic chemicals »

Jeff Raizner 04:21 pm | THIRTEEN RAF servicemen who say they were exposed to toxic chemicals in Iraq are in line for £50million in compensation. By Robert Kellaway/Published 1st September 2013 Their case will reach a crucial stage on…

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Washington Post Reports Federal Contractor Gagged Employees »

Jeff Raizner 09:23 pm | By Mary Jane Wilmoth on February 21, 2014Posted in False Claims / Qui Tam Washington Post Reports: Largest DOD contractor in Iraq and…

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KBR Appeal Dismissed by Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals »

Jeff Raizner 06:11 pm | The United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has dismissed KBR’s interlocutory appeal in McManaway, et al, v KBR,…

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KBR appeals $85 million sodium dichromate verdict »

Jeff Raizner 07:42 pm | The Ninth Circuit US Court of Appeals is set to hear engineering firm KBR’s July 26 appeal of a…

Sep 19 2013 / No Comment / Read More »

£50million compensation for RAF heroes exposed to toxic chemicals »

Jeff Raizner 04:21 pm | THIRTEEN RAF servicemen who say they were exposed to toxic chemicals in Iraq are in line for £50million in…

Sep 3 2013 / No Comment / Read More »
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KBR Appeal Dismissed by Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals »

Jeff Raizner 06:11 pm | The United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has dismissed KBR’s interlocutory appeal in McManaway, et al, v KBR, Inc.,et al as premature until a determination of controlling law has been made. In the appeal, KBR contended the case should be dismissed as barred under the political question doctrine and preempted by the combatant-activities exception…

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£50million compensation for RAF heroes exposed to toxic chemicals »

Jeff Raizner 04:21 pm | THIRTEEN RAF servicemen who say they were exposed to toxic chemicals in Iraq are in line for £50million in compensation. By Robert Kellaway/Published 1st September 2013 Their case will reach a crucial stage on Tuesday when American judges will decide whether their claim can go to trial. The servicemen were guarding a ­water treatment plant for…

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KBR Appeal Dismissed by Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals »

Jeff Raizner 06:11 pm | The United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has dismissed KBR’s interlocutory appeal in McManaway, et al, v KBR, Inc.,et al as premature until a determination of controlling law has been made. In the appeal, KBR contended the case should be dismissed as barred under the political question doctrine and preempted by the combatant-activities exception…

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KBR Appeal Dismissed by Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals »

Jeff Raizner 06:11 pm | The United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has dismissed KBR’s interlocutory appeal in McManaway, et al, v KBR, Inc.,et al as premature until a determination of controlling law has been made. In the appeal, KBR contended the case should be dismissed as barred under the political question doctrine and preempted by the combatant-activities exception…

Nov 14 2013 / No Comment / Read More »

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KBR Appeal Dismissed by Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals »

Jeff Raizner 06:11 pm | The United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has dismissed KBR’s interlocutory appeal in McManaway, et al, v KBR, Inc.,et al as premature until a determination of controlling law has…

Nov 14 2013 / No Comment / Read More »

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Military burn pit claims in limbo »

Jeff Raizner 03:44 pm | by Sean Dobbin, Rochester (N.Y.) Democrat and Chronicle ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Timothy Lowery went to Iraq in 2007. He came home in…

Oct 21 2013 / No Comment / Read More »

KBR verdict: Judge affirms $81 million of damages awarded to 12 Oregon soldiers for toxic exposure in Iraq »

Jeff Raizner 03:02 pm | By Joany Carlin, The Oregonian on April 26, 2013 at 7:47 PM, updated April 26, 2013 at 8:51 PM A federal judge in Portland…

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KBR Asks U.S. Supreme Court to Consider Appeal of Iraq Pollution Case »

Jeff Raizner 08:14 pm | Law360 recently published an article detailing Kellogg, Brown, and Root’s (‘KBR’s) request that the U.S. Supreme Court consider whether a case of twelve soldiers the company knowingly exposed to cancer-causing…

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