Published this week, the Fall 2016 issue of DRI’s “In-House Defense Quarterly” magazine features an article I penned for them: “Asbestos Litigation Best Practices and Statistics”.
I wrote it with an in-house counsel audience in mind. I’m not a lawyer, but I shared my vantage point of having dealt with the realities of asbestos litigation on a daily basis, both in my previous life as an insurance company executive and in the course of my work now — consulting with defendant companies.
In my experience, the defendant companies that are surviving best in the tort system are:
I cover all three topics in the article. Along the way, I discuss these topics and more:
KCIC is a DRI corporate member and frequent attendee of DRI’s annual Asbestos Medicine Seminar. KCIC will be at the 2016 seminar, which will be held Nov. 10-11 in New Orleans.
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In addition to leading KCIC's business operations, Mr. Terrell is in demand as an expert witness in disputes involving insurance company reorganizations, economic damage calculations, and insurance coverage valuation. He also writes extensively on KCIC’s “Risky Business” blog about industry-related topics, as well as on Entrepreneurship and Organizational Health.Learn More About Jonathan