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The State of Virginia and the D.C. District Court Raise Plaintiff’s Burden of Proof on Causation in Multiple-Exposure Asbestos...

Judge Beryl A. Howell of the District of Columbia District Court issued a trial court opinion in May 2013 that, if followed by other circuit or state courts, could substantially impact the threshold for causation in...more

Clarifying Media Reports Regarding Maryland Law and Causation in Asbestos Exposure Cases

It has been recently reported in Law360 that the Court of Appeals of Maryland, in Dixon v. Ford Motor Co., No. 82, 2013 Md. LEXIS 465 (Md. July 25, 2013), broke with established precedent and endorsed the “any exposure”...more

California Court of Appeal Allows Non-Medical Experts to Opine on Specific Causation in Asbestos

A California Court of Appeal panel recently broadened a plaintiff’s ability to prove specific causation by holding that a plaintiff need not retain a medical professional to opine that the defendant’s product was a...more

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