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Justice Anne Patterson. Photo by Carmen Natale Justice Anne Patterson. Photo by Carmen Natale

In an asbestos case that caught the attention of the plaintiffs and defense bar alike, the New Jersey Supreme Court has held that prior testimony attributing fault to corporations that already settled was properly submitted to, and considered by, the jury in the trial against one remaining defendant.

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David Gialanella

David Gialanella, Bureau Chief, has been with the New Jersey Law Journal since 2010, covering business of law, litigation, legislation and various other topics. In his current role, he is responsible for the Law Journal's print and web products. Reach him at dgialanella@alm.com.

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