Steven Kazan

WALiB: We All Live in Bhopal
6 Dec 2014
Industrial Disaster Prevention Panel Discussion
Steven Kazan, Panelist
University of California Berkeley
School of Public Health

Steven Kazan speaking on the asbestos related illnesses to workers caused by the unsafe practices of Union Carbide Corporation, now owned by Dow Chemical, in North America. Union Carbide Corporation mined asbestos in northern California for years and has never been forthcoming about important details….

Steven Kazan, Founding, Senior and Managing Principal of Kazan, McClain, Satterley & Greenwood, A Professional Law Corporation has played a significant role in asbestos litigation for nearly four decades. He has represented thousands of injured workers and their family members in court cases. He has dedicated the majority of his practice to representing workers suffering from mesothelioma in third party asbestos lawsuits. Mr. Kazan has also been nominated by the U.S. Trustee and appointed by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court to serve as a member or as counsel to victim members on almost all asbestos bankruptcy reorganizations. He has been a lecturer, speaker, moderator, program chairman and participant at various legal, medical, and insurance seminars and conferences throughout the world focusing on asbestos, toxic torts, and mass torts. He has lobbied and testified in Congress on behalf of asbestos victims and before the Senate and House Judiciary Committees on asbestos litigation and legislation.

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