Hermes Netburn Attorney, Anthony J. Sbarra, Jr., Presents On Component Part Liability At ACI's Asbestos Claims and Litigation Seminar
(Chicago, IL - June 30, 2014) - Anthony J. Sbarra, Jr., a products liability and civil litigation attorney and shareholder at Hermes, Netburn, O’Connor & Spearing, P.C. presented in the Main Session of the American Conference Institute’s 17th National Advanced Forum on Asbestos Claims and Litigation at the InterContinental Hotel in Chicago, Illinois on June 27, 2014. The seminar was attended by attorneys and claims professionals from throughout the county. Tony was asked to join a panel that discussed a topic of growing importance - Component Part Supplier Claims and Asbestos Equipment Litigation: The Evolution of Plaintiff Theories and Defense Strategies. The attendees were particularly interested in hearing Tony’s insights concerning the recent Hermes Netburn summary judgment victory in the Hostetter v. Air and Liquid Systems, Inc. case. In his practice, Tony defends product manufacturers, insurers and others in complex product liability, toxic tort, asbestos, bad faith/consumer protection, automobile and general liability matters. Tony has tried to verdict over thirty Superior Court cases and has arbitrated and mediated hundreds of others.
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