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Asbestos Trial Begins Via Zoom in Seattle, CVN Recording Gavel-to-Gavel

Posted by David Siegel on Feb 25, 2021 1:59:52 PM

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Seattle, WA - A virtual jury trial involving a cancer-stricken retired boiler worker’s exposure to asbestos began Monday in Washington State court, and the proceedings are being recorded gavel-to-gavel by Courtroom View Network.

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Topics: Asbestos, Washington

CVN BigLaw Spotlight: Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP

Posted by David Siegel on Dec 8, 2020 10:58:14 AM

Courtroom View Network focuses on high-stakes civil jury trials the traditional news media normally wouldn’t cover until after a verdict, if at all. Whether we’re webcasting a bellwether mass tort trial or an eight-figure personal injury negligence case, the defendants in the trials CVN covers often bring in “the big guns.”

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Topics: Asbestos, Florida

Breaking: Mistrial Declared In 1st Virtual Cosmetic Talc Trial After Plaintiff’s Health Worsens

Posted by David Siegel on Nov 3, 2020 11:45:45 AM

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Topics: Asbestos, Talc

1st Virtual Cosmetic Talc Trial Begins, CVN Webcasting Live and On-Demand

Posted by David Siegel on Oct 28, 2020 2:04:55 PM

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Topics: Asbestos, California, Talc

|VIDEO| The Todd Suddleson Closing That Cleared CertainTeed in $5M+ Asbestos Case

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Sep 4, 2020 10:50:49 AM


Asbestos cases often turn on a paper trail as the most reliable evidence at trial, where memories of potential exposure and their sources from decades earlier can be hazy. Todd Suddleson used such a paper trail as the key to a strong closing argument that helped clear CertainTeed in a $5M-plus asbestos trial in 2018. Francisco Herrera v. CertainTeed Corp., CV2014-09632.

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Topics: Asbestos, Arizona, Herrera v. CertainTeed