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U.S. 8th Circuit, May 24, 2010
Barrett v. Rhodia, Inc., No. 09-3115
In an action alleging that plaintiff suffered permanent injury while working with a chemical manufactured by defendant, summary judgment for defendant is affirmed where the district court did not err in excluding plaintiff's expert witnesses because they were not qualified to testify about the source and concentration of plaintiff's hydrogen sulfide exposure.
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