Andrew Silverman

Andrew Silverman is an associate at the firm’s Delaware office. Andrew’s practice focuses on counseling clients in products liability and commercial litigation matters. Andrew has regularly appeared before Delaware courts in defense of individuals and companies concerning a variety of complex civil litigation matters, including construction law, premises liability, and insurance coverage disputes.

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Recently, the Delaware Supreme Court decided Tumlinson v. Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., No. 672, 2012 (Del. Nov. 21, 2013). This case provides a great example of the so-called “gatekeeper” function of the court when it comes to the admission of expert testimony in civil cases. More importantly, it provides context concerning the admissibility of expert epidemiological testimony under the Daubert standard in products liability cases. In Tumlinson, the Supreme Court affirmed a decision of…
There is little doubt that Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter have enhanced our ability to communicate with one another and express our ideas and feelings. These social networks—and countless others—make it easy to share photographs of our children at birthday parties, organize social events, or boast about our latest culinary creations. Often, we use social networking platforms to communicate our state of mind in real time (i.e., status updates). We expect that only our closest friends…
As previously reported on Defense Litigation Insider, the United States House of Representatives is presently considering the “Furthering Asbestos Claims Transparency (FACT) Act.” (H.R. 982) Since our last report, the bill was approved by the House Judiciary Committee by a 17-14 vote despite efforts to amend its original form. The bill, introduced by Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-TX) and co-sponsored by Rep. Jim Matheson (D-UT), would require asbestos bankruptcy trusts to file publicly available reports that…