The other difficulty is the misconduct by the defendants’ lawyers; who failed to provide the test results to the jury, this made the determination of the case a difficult. They also had the difficulty that saw them wait for four year before the pre-trial case kicked off. The case had to be brought to court with the help of trial lawyers; Schlichtmann and Mulligan, with Mulligan accusing their partner for a breaching the fee sharing contract, this affected the case’s progress. The last difficult the is that the case was complex and needed a lot of time to precisely make an agreed ruling. But the judges made a hurried ruling.
After a 78 day trial, the court found Grace and Beatrice companies to have contaminated the well, but Judge Jay Skinner threw out the case stating that the witness did not present evidence to when the companies had contaminated the well. Skinner said that “no there present different but challenged issues.” The challenged issues here include the fact that the witness did not come out clearly on the date the accused companies contaminated the wells. Te other issue that qualified to be challenged include the fact that the defendants’ lawyers had misconduct by not providing test results before the court, even if they had them. The decision by Skinner to decide against the plaintiffs can be said to be inhumane the food and well had caused deaths and more people were being treated.
Judge Skinner agreed that the companies contaminated the wells; but the main issue that was to be challenged was not the death and illness caused, as filed by the plaintiffs but the practice of dumping the materials without. Skinner’s answer shows that the cases had to either include the dumping without having the community’s health in mind or restructuring it completely to saw that negligence of the defendants in their actions. I see this answer as ill motivated, since the Woburn had filed the