Toxic Tort defense with an emphasis on creativity, efficiency and thoroughness in analysis and strategy.
Our toxic tort lawyers’ capabilities encompass broad-based experience and resources in the defense and management of complex toxic-tort and mass-tort litigation for clients that include manufacturers and distributors of products in a wide range of industries including:
- Petroleum and Petrochemicals
- Paints, Coatings and Other Chemicals
- Electrical Products
- Aerospace Products
- Telecommunications Products
- Automotive Products
- Construction Products
- Consumer Products
For more than two decades, our toxic tort attorneys have defended clients in claims involving exposures to asbestos, benzene, vinyl chloride, silica, mold, chemicals, heavy metals, lead paint and other substances. The attorneys in our group approach the defense of the Firm’s clients with an emphasis on creativity, efficiency, and thoroughness in legal analysis and litigation strategy.
Our seasoned toxic tort lawyers defend cases for our clients in a number of jurisdictions, including New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. Our attorneys have extensive experience in litigating the complex legal issues and defenses presented in toxic-tort cases and routinely work with experts in the fields of medicine, industrial hygiene, epidemiology, and toxicology in defending our clients.
Successful representation is also based on our toxic tort attorneys’ knowledge of and familiarity with the local practices, procedures, and members of the judiciary, as well as our working relationships with other practitioners on both sides of the litigation, in the jurisdictions in which we practice.
Efficient use of our internal resources – including our extensive brief banks, medical and scientific libraries, and databases – enable us to comprehensively track and manage every client and every case. This results in cost-effective representation for companies confronting the financial challenges and pressures presented by multi-party, multi-state tort litigation.