Rana Plaza site, 2 year anniversary
Rana Plaza site, 2 year anniversary

Rana Plaza victims failed to prove retailers owed them a duty of care, judge rules

11 May 2016

A US court has dismissed a class action lawsuit against companies accused of not taking steps to protect workers in the Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh three years ago, saying it had been filed too late.

The Superior Court of the State of Delaware rejected a class action lawsuit led by Adbur Rahaman, husband of Sharifa Belgum who died in the incident and Mahmudul Hasan Hridoy, who was injured.

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