Paul Cavender to be a Panelist and Burr to Sponsor the DRI Asbestos Medicine Seminar



Burr will be sponsoring the DRI Asbestos Medicine Seminar at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square in San Francisco, CA from November 6-7th. Burr attorneys Paul Cavender and Allan Wheeler will be in attendance.

Birmingham-based Partner, Paul Cavender, will also be a panelist at the seminar. He will be speaking on the topic of "Premises Owners - How Far Out Can the Duty of Care Net be Cast?"

Although many have been defending asbestos-related claims for decades, the science and technology involved remains cutting edge. Keep on top of new developments in medicine, epidemiology, and industrial hygiene, while refreshing your knowledge of state-of-the-art defenses. Speakers include in-house counsel from top industry and insurance companies. Also speaking will be renowned physicians, epidemiologists, and experts in industrial hygiene and other areas of law and medicine. This year's program offers a Young Lawyers Breakout aimed at the newer associates and adjusters. These unique sessions will lay a foundation for the more detailed discussions later in the program. Seminar attendees will also enjoy a variety of networking opportunities, including coffee breaks and receptions. With the DRI app, it will be easy to connect with other attendees.

For more information on the conference and how to register, click here.

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