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A Guide to Practicing in Asbestos Litigation Hotspots

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$0 for IDC Member
$30 for Non-member

75 minutes
Date Published

December 10, 2019

Publisher

Illinois Defense Counsel

Subjects

Litigation, Toxic Tort

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Summary

Illinois and Missouri are home to some of the most active asbestos litigation dockets in the country. However, each venue is unique, with different rules, customs, and procedures. Defense attorneys should be familiar with the customs and practices in these venues in order to defend their clients. During this seminar, the speakers will examine the asbestos litigation dockets in Madison County, Illinois; St. Clair County, Illinois; Cook County, Illinois; McLean County, Illinois; and St. Louis City, Missouri. The speakers will provide an overview of practicing in each venue, compare and contrast the venues, and provide helpful tips for defense attorneys who practice in the venues.

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Presenters

Tucker Blaser

Tucker Blaser joined Brown & James, P.C. in 2009 and practices in the firm's Belleville, Illinois, office. His practice... Read More

Danielle Luisi

Danielle R. Luisi is an associate with Husch Blackwell LLP in Chicago, Illinois, where she focuses her practice on the... Read More

Greg Odom

Gregory W. Odom of Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice LLC in Belleville is an experienced trial attorney whose practice is focused... Read More

James O'Shea

James P. O’Shea, II of Husch Blackwell, LLP focuses his practice on toxic tort matters and product liability, with an... Read More

Andrew German

Andrew German is an Associate at Husch Blackwell LLP in their St. Louis office. Andrew defends clients in matters involving... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Asbestos Litigation - Handout
Asbestos Litigation - Video Presentation
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