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After asbestos, it was widely thought that mold litigation would dominate as the next mass tort. The issue was covered broadly in the media, with national magazines and newspapers warning of a wave of litigation to come. “Black mold” became a feared phrase. At least in the personal injury context, mold litigation seems to have subsided. Asbestos and mold litigation may, however, have set the stage for the next wave of inhalation litigation � involving the emergence of engineered nanoscale materials.

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