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The Secret to Success: Proving Successor Liability in Complex Litigation

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Date Published

March 9, 2021


New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers


Professional Practice


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Join our experts for this deep-dive into the topic of successor liability. They will cover its application in product liability, asbestos, child sex abuse cases and more. You'll learn how a defendant can be held responsible for the liabilities of a prior entity, providing your client a path to justice.

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John Bonina, Esq.

Hadley Matarazzo, Esq.

Joseph Belluck, Esq.

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