Trial lawyers from one of the country’s leading mesothelioma law firms will take the lead at HarrisMartin’s California Asbestos Litigation Conference.
Michael Armitage, partner and managing attorney of Waters Kraus & Paul’s Los Angeles office has been selected to serve as co-chair of HarrisMartin’s California Asbestos Litigation Conference. The upcoming conference will take place at the Omni Hotel in Los Angeles on December 12th.
Feature discussions will cover the latest trends in California law affecting asbestos cases, including the coordination of asbestos cases in Southern California and the highly controversial deposition limits. Local judges will also present an inside look at pretrial and trial from the bench.
In addition to co-chairing the conference, Michael Armitage will moderate the judicial roundtable discussing the current status of asbestos litigation in California. He will also participate in the discussion on deposition limits and present closing remarks.
Waters Kraus & Paul partner and native of Los Angeles, Paul Cook, has litigated substantial legal issues at every level of the California court system. He will discuss punitive damages. Partner Scott Frost, who has successfully tried asbestos cases across the country and is a frequent presenter at asbestos conferences, will provide insight into the use of memory experts.
About Waters Kraus & Paul
Waters Kraus & Paul is a nationally recognized plaintiffs’ firm concentrating on complex product liability and personal injury/wrongful death cases. The firm’s diverse practice includes asbestos and mesothelioma litigation, Love Canal litigation, qui tam whistleblower matters, birth and childhood injury cases, as well as pharmaceutical and medical product liability litigation. With offices in California, Texas, and Maryland, Waters Kraus & Paul has litigated cases in jurisdictions across the United States on behalf of individuals from all 50 states, as well as foreign governments.