BARRY N. ENDICK

Contact

Address 275 Battery Street
Suite 1600
San Francisco, CA 94111

Phone 415.288.9800
Fax 415.288.9801
Asbestos Fax 415.288.9802
Email bne@hassard.com Download Vcard

Practice Areas

Toxic Tort Litigation

Asbestos Litigation

General Civil Litigation

Education

New York University School of Law, J.D.

University of Chicago, B.A.

Bar Admissions

California 1989
Eastern District of Ca1991
Northern District of Ca1989
Southern District of Ca1991
Central District of Ca1991
Ninth Circuit 1989

Mr. Endick has practiced in many substantive legal areas over the years, in both state and federal courts within California. He has significant experience in defending environmental class actions, white collar securities litigation and insurance bad faith cases. For the last decade, his practice has focused on defending manufacturers and vendors of asbestos-containing products at all stages of conflict and has tried about a dozen such cases to verdict, with great success. Mr. Endick always relishes the opportunity to communicate in court with Californians seated in a jury box.

Trial Experience

Calvin Smithson v. Asbestos Defendants, San Francisco, California, 2010. Confirmed mesothelioma with exposure to defendant’s product. Defense verdict based on finding that defendant’s product was not defective and defendant was not negligent.

Charles Duncan v. 3M Company, et al., Los Angeles, California, 2010. Confirmed mesothelioma with claimed exposure to defendant’s product. Defense verdict based on finding that plaintiff was not exposed to asbestos from defendant’s product.

Betty Vaught v. AGCO Corporation, et al., Los Angeles, California, 2010. Confirmed mesothelioma with exposure to defendant’s product. Defense verdict based on finding that exposure to defendant’s product was not a substantial factor.

Robert Oberstar v. 3M Company, et al., Los Angeles, California, 2009. Confirmed mesothelioma with exposure to defendant’s product. Defense verdict based on finding that defendant’s product was not defective and defendant was not negligent.

Billie Gowan v. A.W. Chesterton Company, et al., San Francisco, California, 2008. Confirmed mesothelioma with exposure to defendant’s product. Defense verdict based on finding that defendant’s product was not defective and defendant was not negligent.