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A jury in New York has ruled that a company had to pay $6.4 million to a plaintiff who alleged that his mesothelioma had been caused by his exposure to asbestos while he was working. The case is Meissner v. Air & Liquid Systems Corp., No. 7953/18 (N.Y. Sup. Ct. Monroe Co. Nov. 15, 2019).

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