Broadcast Date: Wednesday, March 22, 2023
from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm (ET)


On March 29, 2022, the United States Senate passed Resolution 561 which aims to educate the general public about the prevalence of asbestos-related diseases and the risks of asbestos exposure. To this day, it remains heavily monitored by US regulators and many corporations face a difficult road ahead in dealing with various complex asbestos issues.

The continuously increasing number of asbestos personal-injury lawsuits remains a challenge for insurance companies, corporations, and legal practitioners. Likewise, proving or defending against an asbestos exposure claim is a complex and arduous process. Thus, litigation professionals must keep themselves abreast of key tools and strategies to avoid litigation pitfalls.

Connect with distinguished asbestos litigation professionals Justinian C. Lane and Timothy L. Krippner as they share their knowledge on how to effectively manage the ever-changing dynamics of asbestos claims and lawsuits. Expert panelists will also provide insights into the most current and trending issues affecting asbestos litigation along with groundbreaking tips on how to curtail the never-ending asbestos crisis.

Key topics include:

  • Asbestos Litigation: Regulatory Trends and Updates
  • Notable Cases and Court Rulings
  • Litigation Challenges
  • Best Litigation Tools and Techniques
  • What Lies Ahead


Course Level:



Advance Preparation:

Print and review course materials


Method of Presentation:

On-Demand Webcast



General knowledge of asbestos litigation


Course Code:



NY Category of CLE:

Areas of Professional Practice


Total Credit:

1.0 CLE

Speaker Panel:

Justinian C. Lane, Owner
Asbestos Attorney

The Law Offices of Justinian C. Lane, Esq. – PLLC

For nearly a decade, Justinian C. Lane has asserted the rights of people harmed by asbestos exposure. He has secured millions for his clients. And the work is personal: Mr. Lane’s grandfather piloted naval landing craft in WWII, where he was repeatedly exposed to asbestos aboard military ships. Grandad later got a job as a mechanic, where he worked with asbestos-containing brakes, clutches, gaskets, and auto-body parts. Justinian’s grandmother, meanwhile, washed asbestos dust from her husband’s clothes, and she was also exposed in her soldering job at an electrical plant. Justinian’s own father worked in a titanium foundry throughout the 1950s, a place likely filled with asbestos. All three died of cancers that are often caused by asbestos exposure.

Timothy L. Krippner, Partner
Highly Sought Out Asbestos Litigation Speaker and Author

Manning Gross + Massenburg LLP

Tim Krippner concentrates his practice in the areas of catastrophic loss and long-tail liability. He has developed and executed dozens of short- to long-term strategies for complex liability management for Fortune 100 companies and other major manufacturing and private equity concerns.

His current responsibilities include retention as trial, local, regional and, primarily, national coordinating counsel. Tim is frequently entrusted as lead trial counsel in catastrophic loss matters and coordinates resolution strategies at all levels of liability.

Tim has substantial experience consulting in merger and acquisition analysis regarding long-tail liability risk and appropriate avoidance strategies.

Tim also is highly sought out as a speaker and author. He frequently participates as a speaker and chairs highly regarded think tank events featuring well-known industry experts and leaders.



Justinian C. LaneOwner

The Law Offices of Justinian C. Lane, Esq. – PLLC

  • Investigation of sources of asbestos exposure in non-traditional cases
  • Asbestos trust compensation overview
  • Proving asbestos content of no-longer-made products
  • Medicare lien reimbursement in asbestos cases – when to fight


Timothy L. KrippnerPartner

Manning Gross + Massenburg LLP

  1. The post-Covid verdict in asbestos litigation
    • A review of verdict trending through the Covid era
    • What are the juries telling us?
      • Consumer (talc) v. traditional industrial cases
    • The impact of punitive damages
  1. The role of jury instructions and relaxed legal standards in current litigation practice and trial
    • What are the predominate legal standards?
    • Why summary judgment has been eliminated in asbestos cases?
    • Are juries properly instructed in asbestos trials?
    • Are punitive damages appropriate in asbestos cases?
  1. New and emerging long term strategies in asbestos risk management
    • Stay the course
    • Bankruptcy
      • Chapter 7 v. Chapter 11
      • The current status of the “Texas two-step”
    • The new era of divestiture and corporate reorganization
      • Can an asbestos liability be sold?
      • Why is there a market?

Date & Time:

Wednesday, March 22, 2023

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm (ET)

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  • Product Liability Lawyers
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  • Toxic Tort Attorneys
  • Insurance Lawyers
  • General Counsel
  • Risk Assessment Managers
  • Product Liability Lawyers
  • Manufacturers and Processors
  • Importers and Handlers
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Justinian C. LaneOwner
Asbestos Attorney
The Law Offices of Justinian C. Lane, Esq. – PLLC
Timothy L. KrippnerPartner
Highly Sought Out Asbestos Litigation Speaker and Author
Manning Gross + Massenburg LLP



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