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In plaintiff's suit on behalf of her deceased husband against his former employer claiming that his brain tumor was caused by exposure to toxic chemicals while working for Technicolor, plaintiff's petition challenging an order sustaining defendant's demurrer to a claim that plaintiff was injured by exposure to toxic chemicals and vapors on her husband's clothing and person that he brought home is denied where Technicolor does not owe plaintiff a duty of due care, as plaintiff's attempts to state a cause of action fall short of the Rowland criteria.
Filed November 24, 2009
Opinion by Judge Flier
For Appellant: Gonzalez & Robinson, Joseph D. Gonzalez and Keith A. Robinson
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