Laboratories v. Kemlight Corporation††††††††† United States District Court††††††††† Jackson Bangor, Maine
†††† This complicated litigation involved five parties with cross claims relating to the twenty-two million dollars in damages resulting from an explosion and fire which damaged the world's most prominent animal genetic breeding facility.† The Kemlight Corporation was the manufacturer of a compound which ignited during an application procedure alleged to have been inadequate by the Defendant Kemlight Corporation.† In deposition, Defendant's expert Robinson provided testimony concerning group dynamics factors in the workplace and human and cultural factors in the readability and comprehension of printed and illustrated instructions.† A settlement favorable tithe Defendant was effected.†
††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Defendant's Attorney:
††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Tyler Kolle,
Federal Court United States Portland Maine
Ms. Voisine, an employ of the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, brought suit alleging a
hostile workplace and discrimination. Defendantís expert Charles Robinson PHD
provided testimony regarding the nature of psychiatric diagnostics and group workplace dynamics.
The jury found the USM not guilty.
David Collins, Esq.
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