A North Carolina judge has appointed attorneys from South Florida and Seattle as interim co-lead class counsel in a class action, water contamination lawsuit against global chemical producer DuPont and its wholly-owned subsidiary, the Chemours Company FC LLC.

Judge James C. Dever III of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina appointed Theodore “Ted” Leopold, partner in Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll’s Palm Beach Gardens office, and Steve Morrissey, a partner in Susman Godfrey’s Seattle office, to lead the litigation over the state’s water supply.

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