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- August 2015: Brayton Purcell LLP August Newsletter
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- August 18, 2015: UC Davis Workers: "We Exposed Students to Asbestos"
- July 21, 2015: NJ Man Sentenced for Lying about Church Asbestos Removal
- >July 10, 2015: Tests Find Asbestosis in Kids' Crayons, Crime Scene Kits
- June 10, 2015: Judge OKs Settlements in World Trade Center Cleanup
August 18, 2015: E-Cigarette Use May Be Gateway to Conventional Smoking
July 16, 2015: Court: Oregon Jurors Acted Reasonably in Philip Morris Case
June 2015: Kaiser Permanente: 3 Reasons to Say No to E-Cigarettes
May 18, 2015: More Reports of Elder Abuse Investigated
May 5, 2015: San Diego County Ramps Up Effort To Protect Seniors
- August 8, 2015: Kidney Cancer Drug Slows Mesothelioma Growth in Mice
- July 21, 2015: ALEC's San Diego gathering an insult to Navy veterans dying of asbestos exposure
- May 14, 2015: New Drug May Help Mesothelioma Victims
August 30, 2015: A Compromise Can Solve State's Plague of Disability Lawsuits
May 12, 2015: Employees Pay a Price to Retain Right to Sue