An $8 million settlement has been reached in a Philadelphia workplace death case that sparked a hard-fought dispute over the identities of various corporate defendants named in the action.

Steven Green, 43, left behind an adolescent son when he died in July 2002 after apparently falling into a high-temperature pulping pit at the Manayunk paper mill at which he was employed. There were no witnesses to Green’s accident.

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