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Featured Expert Contributor, False Claims Act
Stephen A. Wood, Chuhak & Tecson, P.C.
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Every civil litigator and trial lawyer knows (or should know) that a party to litigation has a duty to preserve evidence and documents for use in discovery and trial. 2,649 more words
Finally Fed Up with Private Plaintiffs Litigating over Empty Space, California Amends Slack Fill Law
Divided Virginia Supreme Court Decision Epitomizes National Split over "Take Home" Asbestos Liability
Featured Expert Contributor, Mass Torts—Asbestos
Robert H. Wright, a Partner with Horvitz & Levy LLP in Los Angeles, CA
Plaintiffs have pushed for a rule that would hold employers liable for so-called “take home” asbestos exposures, arguing that companies that used asbestos in the workplace owe a duty not only to protect their own employees from direct exposures, but also to protect anyone who later comes into contact with those employees. 1,429 more words