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Calif. Appellate Court Reaffirms Position on Applicability of Component Parts Doctrine to Silica Lawsuit

A California appellate court has affirmed its position that two silica defendants were not entitled to summary judgment, explaining that recent guidance from the state’s highest court supports its prior position that the component parts doctrine does not bar claims in which the plaintiff alleged that the silica sand itself was harmful.

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