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  • Whelan v. Armstrong Int'l Inc.

    Publication Date: 2018-08-13
    Practice Area: Products Liability | Toxic Torts
    Industry: Construction | Manufacturing
    Court: Appellate Division
    Judge: Judge Currier
    Attorneys: For plaintiff: Kevin P. Parker and Rachel A. Placitella (Cohen, Placitella & Roth, PC, attorneys; Rachel A. Placitella, Nahid A. Shaikh, and Darron E. Berquist (The Lanier Law Firm, PLLC), on the briefs)
    for defendant: Thomas J. Kelly, Jr. (Vasios, Kelly & Strollo, PA, attorneys; Thomas J. Kelly, Jr., of counsel and on the brief; Linda Fulop-Slaughter, on the brief); Joseph D. Rasnek (McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, LLP, attorneys; Nancy McDonald, of counsel and on the brief; Christopher B. Bladel, on the brief); Sara K. Saltsman (Mayfield, Turner, O'Mara & Donnell, P.C., attorneys; Sara K. Saltsman, on the brief); Karen J. Stanzione-Conte (Reilly, Janiczek & McDevitt, attorneys; Karen J. Stanzione-Conte, Michelle B. Cappuccio and Colleen B. Cavanaugh, on the briefs); Robyn Gnudi Kalocsay (LeClair Ryan, attorneys; Robin Gnudi Kalocsay and Michael D. Goldklang, on the brief); Marc S. Gaffrey (Hoagland, Longo, Moran, Dunst & Doukas, LLP, attorneys; Marc S. Gaffrey, of counsel and on the brief; Anita S. Cohen, on the brief); Robert T. Connor (Pascarella DiVita, PLLP, attorneys; Robert T. Connor, of counsel and on the brief; Angela Coll Caliendo, on the brief); Hawkins Parnell Thackston & Young LLP (Roy F. Viola, Jr. and Deena M. Crimaldi, on the brief)

    Case Number: A-3520-13T4

    Manufacturers Liable for Products Whose Specifications Called for Use of Asbestos-Containing Replacement Components, Regardless of Components' Manufacturer