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It’s Not ‘Fake News’: Defense State-of-the-Art in Asbestos Products Liability Litigation

The following is a Commentary by Robert T. Connor, Esq. of Kelley Jasons McGowan Spinelli Hanna & Reber, LLP. For more on the author, see below.

S ince the start of the 2016 U.S. presidential election race, the term “fake news” has become a common phrase in the American lexicon. The allegation of “fake news” in the political context is usually directed at the publication of propaganda, or disinformation, on social media to drive web traffic and spread its message. While the prospect of “fake news” will likely continue for as long as the internet remains free and unfettered, ...

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