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February 22, 2017

Effectively counseling a client facing sudden and significant adverse publicity is the primary focus of a seminar with WSHB’s Alicia Kennon at the DRI Construction Law conference in Las Vegas, March 2-3, 2017. “Handling the fallout from a catastrophic accident that injures innocent people or mitigating the damage caused by a client who self-destructs during an on-camera interview prior to your retention requires an adjustment to the typical defense strategy," said Kennon, a partner at WSHB. “Understanding the nature of the media, the news cycle, and how to interact proactively with crisis management and public relations experts is critical to the success of your defense.”...

February 20, 2017

“Large Verdicts – is Hindsight 20/20?” is the focus of an American Bar Association’s Transportation Megaconference session with WSHB’s Michael Coffey, Thursday, March 9, 2017, in New Orleans. The managing partner of WSHB’s New York and Connecticut offices, Coffey joins a panel of transportation experts to review recent large verdicts to pinpoint common themes, lessons learned and find indicators that might have been warning signs....

February 13, 2017

California's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment has recently issued further updated regulations related specifically to the chemical, Bisphenol A ("BPA"). OEHHA added BPA in the list of chemicals required under California's Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 (referred to as "Proposition 65") in May 2015, and adopted specific warnings for exposures to BPA from canned and bottled foods and beverages on November 30, 2016. BPA is found in the containers of various food and beverage products, including can linings, jars, and bottle seals. Due to the connectivity to food and the potential hazards of ingestion and dermal exposure, OEHHA has established some specific regulations for BPA....

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