Description: Oral argument by attorneys before the California Supreme Court on November 2, 1993 in a suit concerning damages to be awarded to residents living near a landfill where dumping of toxic substances had occurred. Courts in federal and other state jurisdictions have followed the court's rulings in this case 114 times during the period 1993-2013.
Additional Description: Potter v. Firestone & Rubber Co. (1993) 6 Cal. 4th 965 (Citation); Label on tape: "11-2-93, Sacramento, 2AM, Potter v. Firestone Tire and Rubber Company (Label on Reel or Tape)"
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