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Attorneys succeeded in having the appellate court, sitting en banc, reverse an appellate court three-judge panel, and affirm a trial court entry of summary judgment for a defendant manufacturer in an asbestos case

Attorneys succeeded in having the appellate court, sitting en banc, reverse an appellate court three-judge panel, and affirm a trial court entry of summary judgment for a defendant manufacturer in an asbestos case. The case involved product identification and causation issues involving whether the plaintiff could show that rail car brake shoes her decedent came into contact with were made with asbestos and were produced by the defendant, and whether the plaintiff could show that the decedent's exposure to the brake shoes was the type of exposure that would have caused asbestosis. the defendant, were asbestos-containing brake shoes, in question.

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