Perrin Conferences to Host Complimentary Mid-Year Asbestos Litigation Trends and Trial Overview Conference

Perrin Conferences

WAYNE, PA — Perrin Conferences recently announced it will host a complimentary and virtual mid-year Asbestos Litigation Trends and Trial Overview Conference on June 22, 2022.

The agenda for this conference will feature topics including recent trends in asbestos litigation, an appellate update, an overview of the current talc litigation, and a lung cancer update.

“We are excited to offer this virtual mid-year conference to provide everyone with an update on asbestos litigation. We are also busy preparing for the National Asbestos Litigation Conference that will take place this year on September 14-15 in Charleston,” said Lynnsey Perrin, President & CEO of Perrin Conferences.

Speakers at the virtual conference include:

  • David E. Breslau, Senior Asbestos Claim Analyst – ASU, Resolute Management, Inc.
  • S. Christopher Collier, Esq., Lewis Brisbois
  • Curt Cutting, Esq., Horvitz & Levy, LLP
  • Seth A. Dymond, Esq., Belluck & Fox, LLP
  • Kathrin Hashemi, KCIC
  • Patrick N. Haines, Esq., Napoli Shkolnik
  • Andrew J. Kornblau, Esq., Landman Corsi Ballaine & Ford P.C.
  • Christopher Makuc, Senior Managing Director, PACE
  • Jeffrey M. Odom, Esq., Lane Powell
  • Edward P. Tugade, Esq., Demler, Armstrong & Rowland, LLP
  • Edward R. Ulloa, Esq., Hawkins, Parnell & Young, LLP
  • Ben Vinson, Esq., Vinson Law
  • Erin M. Voyik, Esq., Vice President, Director, APO Global Initiatives & Claims Counsel, The RiverStone Group

The conference offers Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credit and CE Adjuster Credit for qualified candidates. CE Adjuster Credit is pending approval in Florida, Oklahoma, and Texas. Please contact Bethany Corio at [email protected] if you have any questions regarding accreditation.

For more details on registration, please contact Lynnsey Perrin at [email protected] or visit the Perrin Conferences website at

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