Thomas P. Bernier, a leader in the firm’s Toxic Tort and Environmental Law group and chair of its Legionnaires’ Disease practice, recorded a webinar with Perrin Conferences discussing risks of Legionnaires’ disease and the legal ramifications for businesses.
In “Legionnaires’ Disease: Legal Risks and Claims Management Strategies,” Tom elaborates on the causes and effects of Legionnaires’ disease, defense litigation analysis and tactics, and predictions into future litigation.
“Legionnaires’ Disease: Legal Risks and Claims Management Strategies,” Perrin Conferences, December 2, 2019 (payment required)
With more than three decades of experience successfully defending complex and high-profile civil and criminal cases in the state and federal courts throughout Maryland and Washington, D.C., and in other parts of the country, he focuses his civil practice on the defense of toxic tort actions against companies in a wide range of industries, with particular concentration on claims alleging exposure to Legionella, asbestos, lead paint, carbon monoxide, and mold. Tom also has extensive experience defending personal injury, premises liability, and product liability. He is a frequent author and presenter on personal injury defense and other topics in his areas of concentration, with two seminars he developed being honored by the Maryland Institute for Continuing Professional Education of Lawyers (MICPEL) as “Best of MICPEL” seminars.