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Jury Adds $50M Damages to Smithfield Nuisance Case

A federal jury awarded more than $50 million in damages Thursday, to plaintiffs in a nuisance case against pork industry leader Smithfield Foods, who they hold responsible for intense odor and other disturbances that they say prevented them from enjoying their residences. Read the court details here: McKiver et al v. Murphy-Brown, LLC.

 

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