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Clyde & Co’s Potente: Awareness of PFAS’ Health Risks Will Spur Flurry of Litigation

Clyde & Co Partner Alex Potente said litigation will rise as the science surrounding PFAS becomes better understood with a focus on “forever chemicals” as a significant threat to human health.

March 14, 2024

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