Malcolm Brisker moderated a panel discussion on data and technology in asbestos litigation at the National Asbestos Litigation Conference, hosted by Perrin Conferences. Panelists discussed the different ways data is used and analyzed in asbestos litigation, data security and privacy issues and ethical standards, and the discoverability and privilege issues related to databases and the sharing of transcripts relating to evidentiary issues.The discussion was upbeat and instructive. Panelists included members of the insurance industry, experts in insurance coverage litigation and a practitioner in commercial litigation who has a specialty in privacy and security law.
A partner at Goodell DeVries, Malcolm concentrates his legal practice in all areas of civil defense litigation. He has extensive experience in the defense of companies in toxic tort litigation involving, among other things, alleged asbestos, mold and lead paint exposure.
Malcolm is passionate about data and technology and would be happy to discuss further his experience in these areas with current and new clients who have needs in these areas. This would include managing data and technology for corporations and insurance carriers, e-discovery and data security, as well as data management needs. Contact him here.