Ben DuBose, of DuBose Law Firm, PLLC, participated in a panel discussion at the recent Perrin Asbestos Litigation Conference: A National Overview and Outlook, September 13-15, 2010 in San Francisco, CA. Mr. DuBose was a member of the panel discussing "Household & Secondary Exposure, Bystander and Idiopathic Cases".
This conference provided a three-day in depth study of asbestos litigation with commentary from both plaintiff and defense attorneys, judges, doctors, corporate counsel as well as insurance counsel. Mr. DuBose has represented mesothelioma victims from coast to coast for over a decade.
"Sharing information that can assist other attorneys who are fighting for justice on behalf of their clients is rewarding. I've had the opportunity to help injured victims and their families throughout my career and want to pass that on," said Mr. DuBose.
During his legal career, Mr. DuBose has practiced law with some of the nation's most prominent law firms representing personal injury victims and consumers. He was also part of a legal team working with Trial Lawyers for Public Justice seeking to prevent unsafe asbestos abatement practices in the case of Families for Asbestos Compliance, Testing and Safety v. City of St. Louis as well as recent efforts by the EPA and the City of Ft. Worth, Texas to test the controversial "wet method" of asbestos removal.
Ben DuBose received his J.D., cum laude, from Texas Tech University School of Law. He is admitted to the bar and courts of Texas, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, the U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Texas and the United States Supreme Court.