Representation of a world-class academic and health care system arising from alleged exposure of thousands of surgical patients to a contaminated cleaning agent used on surgical instruments.
Tried wrongful death claim in Georgia to defense verdict. Obtained dismissal of negligent hire and entrustment claims on basis of federal preemption of specific claims by Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations.
Representation of a food manufacturing facility owner in connection with an on-site gas explosion resulting in multiple deaths and injuries.
National trial and coordinating counsel for a leading global provider of components, systems and services used in heating, air conditioning, commercial cooking/refrigeration, and residential thermostat products.
In re New York city Asbestos Litigation, 48 N.Y.S.3d 365 (N.Y. 1st App. Div. 2017). McGuireWoods secured entry of judgment notwithstanding the verdict, persuading the trial court to throw out an $11 million verdict against Ford in an asbestos mesothelioma case. In a 3-1 decision, the New York Appellate Division affirmed, holding that that the testimony of the plaintiffs’ expert witnesses on causation failed to meet the admissibility requirements for cases involving alleged exposure to toxic substances. This closely watched case involved the first application of New York’s heightened admissibility standards in an asbestos case.
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