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October 26, 2011

Trends We Don’t Want To Continue: A Look at the Latest Lawsuits and Theories from The Trial Bar


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This panel at the 12th Annual Legal Reform Summit on October 26, 2011 spotlighted litigation trends in a variety of areas such as asbestos and the use of civil conspiracy, transnational torts, and the use of outside contingency fee counsel by certain state attorneys general in recent litigation. Panelists included:

  • Katherine L. Adams, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Honeywell International, Inc.
  • John B. Bellinger III, Partner, Arnold & Porter LLP
  • James R. Copland, Director, Center for Legal Policy, Manhattan Institute for Policy Research

The panel was introduced and moderated by Thomas A. Gottschalk, Of Counsel, Kirkland and Ellis LLP.

To view more panels and learn more about the Legal Reform Summit, visit LegalReformSummit.com.

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