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National Asbestos Conference Features “Changing of the Guard”

14th Annual National Asbestos Litigation Conference To Focus On “Changing of the Guard”

Although asbestos litigation has been around for four decades, it is going […]

Litigation Costs Over Personally Identifiable Data Losses Will Melt Calculators

Prevention & Mitigation of Losses Good Areas of Focus
By Tom Hagy

John Mullen called me after reading coverage of our teleconference, Private Data Breaches: Insurance […]

Claims-Made Coverage: Hotter Than Ever, and Just as Tricky as Usual

Take a Look at D&O Liabilities in Securities Litigation if You’re Tired of Getting a Good Night’s Sleep
By Tom Hagy

Claims-made insurance policies are suddenly […]

Greenberg Traurig Partner Selected as Co-Chair of HB’s Chinese Drywall Conference

HB Litigation Conferences announces the defense chair for its upcoming Chinese Drywall Litigation & Insurance Coverage Update Conference scheduled for November 11, 2009 at […]

Coverage Disputes Over Data Breaches . . .

. . . A Deluge or a Dud?
By Tom Hagy

With hundreds of laws governing data privacy and the potential for billions of dollars in […]

US Legal Support & HB Team Up on ’09 Conferences

HB proudly announces US Legal Support as sponsor of several upcoming  programs! 

U.S. Legal Support is one of the nation’s largest full-service legal support companies, with […]

Asbestos Litigation 2009 – Part 3

Communication’s Role in This Continuing & Complex Arena
By Tom Hagy*

Asbestos litigation is not only complex and, as people well know, big.

But I am not sure people […]

Asbestos Litigation 2009 – Part 2

Trouble Spot Centers on Transparency, Trusts and the Tort System
By Tom Hagy*

Perhaps the starkest difference between asbestos litigation 10 years ago and today – and […]

Asbestos Litigation 2009 – Part 1

Why Is It STILL The Most Massive of Mass Torts?
By Tom Hagy*

Back in the ‘80s when I was desk-to-desk with legal journalist and publisher […]