Statement by Bonnie J. Campbell, Former Attorney General of Iowa and Spokesperson for Atlantic Richfield Co., Millennium Holdings, LLC, NL Industries, Inc., and The Sherwin-Williams Company on the Jury Verdict Reached Today in the Thomas (Milwaukee) Case

Tuesday, November 6, 2007 General News
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MILWAUKEE, Nov. 5 The following is a statement by Bonnie J. Campbell, former Attorney General of Iowa:



"Today a Milwaukee jury unanimously concluded that former manufacturers of lead pigment used decades ago to make paint are not responsible for the harm claimed by this plaintiff. The jury unanimously found that the plaintiff was not harmed by lead pigment in paint.



"Under Wisconsin law, property owners are legally responsible for keeping their properties free from lead paint hazards."



SOURCE Atlantic Richfield Co.; NL Industries, Inc.; The Sherwin-Williams Company; Millennium Holdings, LLC


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