Subashi & Wildermuth has served as primary counsel on some very interesting product liability matters. Drawing heavily from our strength as experienced trial attorneys, S&W is known for developing unique and compelling strategies to try cases. However, our trial-oriented philosophy does not come at the expense of litigation efficiency. Our attorneys concentrate on what is necessary to get the case trial ready in the most efficient manner. S&W attorneys are experienced in arbitration and mediation, and in summary trial proceedings. Where appropriate and cost effective, we work with our clients to use alternative forms of dispute resolution.
- Asbury v. Key Mobility Services, et al., Montgomery County Case No. 2005-CV-530; 2d Dist. No. 22509, 2008-Ohio-3609, discretionary appeal not allowed by 2008-Ohio-1726. Following a Daubert hearing in which the plaintiff’s expert was excluded, obtained summary judgment on behalf of EZ Lock, Inc. in a wrongful death products liability suit. The Second District Court of Appeals upheld summary judgment, and the Ohio Supreme Court refused discretionary jurisdiction.
- Coffey v. AK Steel Corp., et al., Butler County No. CV 2008 05 2371. Defended national company, BR Retreading, Inc., in complex negligence and products liability suit involving tire explosion, with claims voluntarily dismissed following settlement by all other defendants.