A New Jersey appeals court has reopened a wrongful death suit on behalf of a man who, plaintiffs claim, developed mesothelioma as a result of using Scotts lawn fertilizer.

The appeals court, reversing the trial judge, said newly discovered evidence required reopening the case. Scotts had secured dismissal of the lawsuit on summary judgment in January 2014.

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