toxic tort


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toxic tort

noun Generally: lethal wrongdoing, noxious injury, poison Specifically: asbestos poisoning, environmental poisoning
Associated concepts: asbestos, electromagnetic fields, lead paint, lead poisoning, radon
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Sapir focuses his practice on toxic tort, mass tort, and products liability litigation in New Jersey and New York state and federal courts, also representing clients on rail, bus, and other transportation litigation matters.
She has updated her summary of toxic tort law to incorporate these changes.
Krippner has held the role of trial, local, regional and national coordinating counsel while representing manufacturers in a myriad of product liability and toxic tort matters nationally.
"And now, in the Seventh Judicial District, we're down to a handful of lead-paint cases," said Ponterio, who has been handling toxic tort cases for 34 years.
Rakestraw focuses on Toxic Tort Litigation and previously served as a Cook County Assistant State's Attorney.
He has significant first-chair trial experience in toxic tort, products liability and a variety of other practice areas.
Each office has the independent ability to handle all aspects of complex local and national matters within the firm's practice areas, including product liability litigation, toxic tort and asbestos litigation, maritime litigation, construction litigation, business and corporate litigation, government affairs, and more.
McGuire focuses her practice on product liability as well as environmental and toxic tort litigation, and has over 15 years of experience also focused on defending large companies such as pharmaceutical and medical device companies in complex litigation.
Jeffrey Alperin focuses on defending property owners and product manufacturers in toxic tort and environmental actions.
Experience: Gates is a partner at Mitchell Williams Selig Gates & Woodyard in Little Rock and centers his practice on environmental, environmental and toxic tort, and commercial litigation.
Toxic tort litigation is an emerging legal specialty.
New York courts have grappled with this type of analysis for several years in applying a so-called "discovery rule" to toxic tort claims to remedy the perceived unfairness of a statutory period that expired years before the disease was or could have been diagnosed.