Louisiana Court Remands Benzene Suit, Says Removal Improper on the Basis of OCSLA

A Louisiana federal court has remanded a benzene suit, concluding that the plaintiffs had not stated a claim pursuant to the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act as the removing defendants had maintained.

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