Shareholders Blouin, Kramer and DiMuzio also to present at the three-day conference
ALTON, Illinois – Simmons Hanly Conroy, one of the nation’s leading mass tort and product liability law firms, is pleased to announce Shareholder Perry J. Browder, head of the firm’s Asbestos Department, will co-chair Perrin Conferences’ 2021 National Asbestos Litigation Conference Sept. 27-29. Shareholders Daniel P. Blouin, James Kramer and Gary DiMuzio also will present.
Held at the Fairmont San Francisco Hotel in San Francisco, Calif., the three-day conference will cover judicial and in-house counsel perspectives, technology, insurance, a lung cancer update, the state of bankruptcy trusts, non-traditional exposures and non-traditional claimants, and ethical issues. Simmons Hanly Conroy shareholders will present on the following panels:
- National Trends Driving Asbestos Litigation, Sept. 27, 9 a.m. (Blouin)
- Update on Talc Litigation, Sept. 27, 10 a.m. (Kramer)
- The Advancing Roles of Science and Medicine in the Litigation, Sept. 27, 11:15 a.m. (Blouin)
- Has the Dust Settled between the EPA and FDA?, Sept. 28, 9 a.m. (DiMuzio)
Attendees also will have a number of networking opportunities. As one of the conference chairs, Browder will deliver opening remarks at 8:30 a.m., Monday, Sept. 27.
“The National Asbestos Litigation Conference is an opportunity for top asbestos attorneys working in toxic tort litigation from across the country,” said Browder. “It’s more important than ever for us to stay at the forefront of advances in all areas of our industry to ensure we’re providing our clients the best representation possible.”
Browder currently manages the firm’s more than 60 asbestos attorneys and has resolved hundreds of multi-million-dollar asbestos cases, including a $250 million verdict for a steelworker, which remains the largest result for a single plaintiff in the history of the litigation.
Simmons Hanly Conroy is a platinum sponsor of the conference. Additional details, including registration information, are available by clicking here.