Genomics, DNA and Asbestos Litigation – Don’t Miss the Perrin Conference On March 6-7

By | GlobalTort | March 3, 2017
The March 6-7 Perrin Asbestos Litigation conference will be valuable, as always. I’m especially looking forward to this panel: “3:45 PM – The Role of DNA in Asbestos Litigation  Arnold R. Brody, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Department of Pathology, Tulane University School of Medicine – New Orleans, LA Joshua D. View Full Post
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Order On Damages in a UK Mesothelioma Case

By | GlobalTort | February 27, 2017
Comparing mesothelioma cases damages in the UK to similar damages in the US usually produces some amazement. A January 13, 2017 UK trial court ruling is online here, and well worth reading for comparative purposes. The case involves a successful entrepreneur, now in mid-70s, and fated to die of pleural and peritoneal mesothelioma from tradesman work on boilers in his early twenties. View Full Post
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Cozen O’Connor Says: “Are Attorneys’ Bills Privileged Once Litigation Ends – California Supreme Court Says No in ACLU Litigation?”

By | GlobalTort | February 16, 2017
For persons and entities involved in mass tort claiming and litigation with insurance companies and/or other payors, there’s a new and potentially notable ruling about access to past bills for legal work. The ruling is described in a February 14, 2017 article at JD Supra by Cozen O’Connor.   View Full Post
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