Jury sides with Schnitzer Steel in dispute with insurer

Issue dealt with costs involved in Portland, Oregon, Superfund site.

May 2, 2014
The Oregonian
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A federal jury in Portland, Oregon, has determined that Continental Casualty Co. and its subsidiary should pay $8.6 million to cover costs incurred by Portland's Schnitzer Steel Industries to comply with regulators who oversee the Portland Harbor Superfund site, according to The Oregonian.