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Dan Stolz Interviewed In NJBIZ's Intimate Conversations: Why The J&J Bankruptcy Case Is A Warning For Other Companies
Genova Burns’ Dan Stolz was a key member fighting for the claimants at Johnson & Johnson. Working along with Genova Burns lawyers Gregory Kinoian and Donald Clark, these three acted as the local counsel for the talc claimants involved in the case. An expert in the field with over 40 years of experience, Stolz recalled the case as being indicative of “the extraordinary universe” of bankruptcy.
"Federal Judge Knocks Down Johnson & Johnson’s Second Attempt To Use Bankruptcy Claim In Billion-Dollar Talc Case"
Highly regarded bankruptcy team Daniel M. Stolz, Esq., Donald W. Clarke, Esq. and Gregory S. Kinoian, Esq. of Genova Burns help bring latest legal victory covered in ROI-NJ: "Federal judge knocks down Johnson & Johnson’s second attempt to use bankruptcy claim in billion-dollar talc case".
Don Clarke to Present "Tips and Developments in Products Liability Law" Webcast for NJICLE
Genova Burns Partner and Bankruptcy, Reorganization & Creditors' Rights specialist Don Clarke, Esq. will present on "Products Liability and Bankruptcy – A review of J&J litigation" for an upcoming New Jersey Institute for Continuing Education webcast entitled, "Tips and Developments in Products Liability Law" on March 8th.
Don Clarke To Present Talc Bankruptcy Update At HarrisMartin Publishing New Jersey Asbestos Litigation Conference
Genova Burns Partner & Bankruptcy, Reorganization & Creditors' Rights Law specialist Don Clarke, Esq. will present a "Talc Bankruptcy Update" at the upcoming HarrisMartin Publishing's New Jersey Asbestos Litigation Conference on March 3rd.
Dan Stolz Earns Spot In Law.com Litigators Of The Week "Third Circuit Zaps Johnson & Johnson's Talc Bankruptcy Move Finding A Lack Of 'Financial Distress'"
Genova Burns Partner and Bankruptcy Law specialist Daniel Stolz, Esq. earns spot in Law.com Litigation Daily "Litigators of the Week" feature "3rd Circuit Zaps Johnson & Johnson's Talc Bankruptcy Move Finding A Lack Of Financial Distress".
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