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The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit allowed Con Edison, an electrical company that leased property from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) in the World Trade Center (WTC), to sue PANYNJ for negligence in construction and design and breach of contract after their electrical substation was destroyed in the 2001 WTC terror attacks. This is the second lawsuit against PANYNJ, the first being for the 1993 terror attacks.
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Federal appeals court allows 9/11 suit against New York, New Jersey port authority



 

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