Dupont Jury Sets Damage Amount In This Week's C8 Lawsuit By Associated Press • Jul 9, 2016 A federal jury in Columbus says DuPont should pay 500 thousand dollars in punitive damages to an Ohio man in a chemical illness lawsuit. Jurors Rule Against DuPont In Another C8 Case By Associated Press • Jul 7, 2016 DuPont A federal jury in Columbus says chemical giant DuPont acted with malice by dumping C8 from its Washington Works plant West Virginia into the Ohio River. Dow Chemical Layoffs Might Include Central Ohio By Jim Letizia • Jun 30, 2016 Dow Chemical says it will eliminate 25 hundred jobs worldwide and close some plants ahead of its merger with DuPont. Hearings Begin In Fourth Lawsuit Against Dupont Over C8 Contamination By Associated Press • Jun 1, 2016 Getty Images Trial is underway in federal district court in Columbus on a lawsuit alleging links between human illnesses and DuPont discharging C8 into the Ohio River. DuPont Settles Second C-8 Test Case By Associated Press • Feb 21, 2016 DuPont has settled the second of two test cases that had potential to influence thousands of similar lawsuits about the discharging of the chemical C8 into the Ohio River and drinking water. Jury Rules Against DuPont In Test C8 Case By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Oct 8, 2015 A federal jury in Columbus has awarded a Guysville woman who got cancer after drinking water contaminated by the chemical C-8 that was released from a DuPont plant on the Ohio River 1.6 million dollars. More Lawsuits Filed Over C8 Water Contamination By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Dec 27, 2014 Dozens of West Virginia residents have filed lawsuits against DuPont for allegedly contaminating drinking water. Physicians Panel Releases C-8 Monitoring Recommendations By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • May 28, 2013 A panel of doctors has released its recommended protocols for medical monitoring of residents exposed to the chemical C-8 used by a DuPont plant in Wood County.