In May 2019, we obtained a dismissal on behalf of our client who was sued on a premises liability theory in this upstate New York asbestos case. The plaintiff, an 88-year old former millwright, alleged that he developed lung cancer as a result of his working with asbestos-containing products... read more
In June 2019, the New Jersey Superior Court granted our client’s motion for summary judgment in this asbestos case. Plaintiffs sued our client as the successor in interest to a corporation that manufactured products including brick veneer. The plaintiff, a 77 year-old state trooper, alleged... read more
Dan Kain, Scott Toomey and Rob Wilson obtained a rare Philadelphia County summary judgment on behalf of one of the firm’s cosmetic manufacturer clients. As the firm’s client did not own, lease, possess, control or maintain the subject premises, it did not owe any legal duty to the plaintiff.... read more
The New York County Supreme Court granted summary judgment dismissing a suit for contribution and indemnification in a labor law and negligence action. The plaintiff sought damages for personal injuries sustained when he tripped and fell at his work site following construction work that was... read more
Associate Christine Emery was recently published on the American Bar Association's Trial Practice section of their web site. The article was entitled "A Generation Y Perspective on Juries and Social Media", and can be viewed in its entirety here.