Terry on Trying Asbestos Cases in Offbeat Jurisdictions, Part 2

Defense attorney Michael Terry of Hartline Dacus Barger Dreyer continued his discussion on how attorneys can effectively try Asbestos cases in smaller jurisdictions that […]

Terry on Trying Asbestos Cases in Offbeat Jurisdictions, Part 1

Michael Terry of Hartline Dacus Barger Dreyer has many years of experience defending Asbestos cases in various jurisdictions, from big cities to small, rural […]

PACE’s Petersen on Risk Transfer For Asbestos

Robert Petersen, Managing Director of PACE Claims Services, spoke at a recent HB Litigation Conference about the process for Risk Transfer in Asbestos cases and what considerations both the buyers and sellers must make in entering such a transaction. Petersen has numerous years of mass tort claims administration and provided [...]

How State Courts Differ on Equipment Manufacturer Liability in Asbestos Cases

The question of whether equipment, valve and component manufacturers can be held liable for asbestos insulation or gaskets added by third parties has been a hot topic lately in tort law and was discussed in depth by a distinguished panel of attorneys during a teleconference hosted by HB Litigation Conferences on Dec. 15.