Response to Inselbuch and Sackett's Critique of RAND Reports on Asbestos Trusts and Asbestos Litigation

Published in: Asbestos Litigation Watch, 2016

Posted on on March 09, 2016

by Lloyd Dixon, Geoffrey McGovern, Kathryn Kuznitsky

In a recent issue of Mealey's Asbestos Bankruptcy Report, Elihu Inselbuch and Andrew J. Sackett wrote a critique of three RAND studies on asbestos bankruptcy trusts and asbestos litigation. Authors Dixon, McGovern and Kuznitsky of RAND respond to a piece published in Mealey's Asbestos Bankruptcy Report that was critical of three RAND studies on asbestos litigation and bankruptcy trusts.

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