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Mark R. Cuker

About Mark R. Cuker

Mark Cuker is one of the foremost environmental litigation attorneys in the country. Some of his high-profile toxic tort cases – most notably the Toms River case have been profiled in books, television news programs and on the internet.

Toms River involved children who were developing cancer at an alarming rate — so high that the New Jersey town was designated a “cancer cluster.” The community demanded answers, and, shepherded by Mark Cuker and his team, they discovered that the town’s drinking water had been polluted by chemicals like styrene-acrylonitrile (SAN) trimer and by-products of dye manufacturing for decades.

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News and Blogs

  • NPR Here and NowNPR’s Here and Now interviews Mark Cuker on EPA inaction
    The Environmental Protection Agency is in the process of proposing new limits on a family of chemicals linked to cancer. Advocates have called for strict rules on PFOA and PFOS in drinking water and soil for years, and some have called the EPA’s lengthy review process an attempt to delay action further. Here & Now’s Robin Young speaks with Mark Cuker, an attorney who has represented clients harmed by some of the chemicals included in the review. LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW HERE...
  • EPA’s PFAS Action Plan: A lot of hot air, but no clean water
    I attended the announcement of EPA’s much ballyhooed PFAS action plan in Philadelphia today. It is all talk and no action. Nine months after committing to hold polluters accountable by listing PFAS as a hazardous substance and setting an enforceable maximum contaminant limit for PFAS in drinking water, EPA has done…nothing. Seven Months ago, people from Warminster, Warrington and Horsham Townships went to a “listening session” to tell  EPA what needed to be done. People whose families have been ...
  • PFAS Blood levels are elevated among longtime residents in Bux-Mont Area
    On the evening of December 19 at Upper Dublin High School, The PA Department of Health made a detailed presentation of the results of its pilot blood test study of residents of Horsham. Warminster and Warrington Townships. The group sampled consisted of 235 people, of whom 84% have resided at their current residence more than 10 years. Among the significant findings were: The average blood PFAS for this group was significantly higher than in the national NHANES study for 2014: 3.13 vs. 1.94 for ...
  • Residents urge action at state PFAS meeting
    On November 30 I appeared in Harrisburg before Governor Wolf’s PFAS Action Team with other members of the National PFAS Coalition and Buxmont Coalition for Safer Water Hope Grosse, Joanne Stanton, Phil Baiocchi and Jill Florin, and Tracy Carluccio of the Delaware Riverkeeper Network, to voice our concerns about the need for action about the PFAS menace. My comments were well summarized by Kyle Bagenstose in his article for The Intelligencer: Mark Cuker, an environmental attorney who has sued ...