Published in Women's Health Weekly, August 12th, 1996
District Judge Denise Page Hood declined July 30, 1996, to combine the cases, a decision which eventually could leave them to be tried individually in courts across the country.
The decision leaves intact Judge Hood's ruling of last September 1995, in which she denied a motion to have all cases combined with those already in her court filed against Dow Corning Corp. The companies said they would appeal.
Leading the move for consolidation is Dow Chemical Co., one of two parent...
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