February 2017, Alameda County Superior Court. A plaintiff in her early 70s with mesothelioma alleged that her disease arose as a result of exposure to asbestos at her place of employment, an automotive parts distribution business and automotive service facility. LBL Partner Guy W. Stilson took the depositions of plaintiff and another former employee of the business and got them to confess that they had no evidence that either the distribution business or the service facility sold or used parts associated with his client. Stilson’s client was subsequently dismissed from the action.

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