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Tobin Article Published in the Journal of Explosives Engineering

Jay P. Tobin has a published article in the November issue of the Journal of Explosives Engineering, a bi-monthly magazine of the International Society of Explosives Engineers (ISEE). In his article, Jay discusses legal standards applicable to construction blasting lawsuits and suggests best practices for pre-blast inspections, documenting the blasting work, recordkeeping, and effectively participating and partnering in the defense of a construction blasting lawsuit. The article was titled “What Every Defense Lawyer Wished His Blasting Company Clients Knew” and was presented by Jay at the 2015 annual conference of the ISEE in February, 2015.

About Jay

A litigation attorney at Young Moore, Jay defends clients in state and federal lawsuits involving diverse issues such as products liability, education, construction defects, blasting, cargo and transportation, commercial and business claims, professional malpractice and negligence. He has obtained defense verdicts for his clients in many different trial venues across the state and enjoys exceptional working relationships with his clients and is closely involved with them throughout all stages of the pre-litigation and litigation process.

About the International Society of Explosives Engineers

The ISEE is the world’s largest professional association for explosives engineers consisting of more than 4,000 members across 42 chapters in more than 90 countries.

 

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