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Stephen M. Nichols

Tort Claims Investigator

King County

HQ Phone:  (206) 205-9200

Direct Phone: (206) ***-****direct phone

Email: s***@***.gov

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King County

516 3Rd Avenue Room W 1039

Seattle, Washington,98104

United States

Company Description

King County provides regional services to over 1.9 million residents including more than 340,000 people living in unincorporated areas. Services include Metro transit, public health, wastewater treatment, courts, jails, prosecutors, public defenders, community...more

Background Information

Employment History

Principal

Polsinelli LLP


Software Engineer

Harris Corporation


Research Assistant

South Texas College of Law


Partner

McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP


Partner

WFBM LLP


Research Assistant

University of Central Florida


Affiliations

American Board of Trial Advocates

Member


American College of Trial Lawyers

Fellow


Education

B.S.

Santa Clara University


J.D.

Loyola Law School


Web References(44 Total References)


The Cali Chronicles - California Law Blog & Legal News

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McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP Welcomes Products Liability Litigator Stephen M. Nichols to Los Angeles Office
McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP (MLA) is pleased to welcome Stephen M. Nichols to MLA's Litigation practice. Nichols will be located in the firm's Los Angeles office where he will focus on complex product liability and toxic tort lawsuits (more...)


watanabenason.com

Partners Farah Nicol, Stephen Nichols, Barbara Safechuck, Matt Ashby, Susie Gilefsky, David Schultz, Ryan Landis, David Arthur and Anne Barnett all made the move.
Stephen M. Nichols was the head of the litigation department's product liability and toxic tort division. Nichols is a Fellow in the American College of Trial Lawyers and as a result of his trial experience, he was elected as a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA).


harrismartin.com

Co-Chair Stephen M. Nichols, Polsinelli LLP, Los Angeles Show/Hide Bio
Stephen Nichols is at his professional best when advocating on behalf of clients in complex product liability and mass tort litigation. As a trial attorney, he partners with clients to develop innovative approaches to case handling. His 30 years of jury trial experience enable him to recognize the challenges clients face, and to respond by providing detailed preparation that addresses the impacts on the client's business. His work consists of developing case-handling and trial strategies that focus on the details that are important to jurors and not on what might have been presented in other similar cases. His approach is to provide a logical and precise presentation of facts and arguments, with the goal of obtaining the desired results.


Walsworth, Franklin, Bevins & McCall - Publications

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In January of this year, partner Stephen Nichols conducted a two day seminar at the Walsworth, Franklin, Bevins & McCall office in Orange which focused on the trial of an asbestos case.
The seminar was attended by about forty attorneys from ten different states. The seminar covered some of the general subjects which are part of every asbestos trial. This included state of the art, or what was known to the medical and scientific communities at various times from the late 1800s through today. Mr. Nichols also covered asbestos fiber types, what is know about the different minerals that fall within the generic term "asbestos", and what is known about their relative potency for causing asbestos related cancers. Specific procedural and substantive trial issues were also discussed. Those included motions in limine (motions brought before trial to obtain a ruling on the admissibility of evidence at trial), voir dire (the jury selection process and how to go about questioning jurors), opening and closing statements (two times a defense attorney is permitted to speak to the jury in order to communicate a case theme and develop a relationship with jurors), and jury instructions (the law given to a jury at the end of a case and how to argue to the jury how those should be applied to evidence in a case). In addition, the seminar discussed various strategies and techniques that have been successfully employed when trying a mesothelioma case involving multiple defendants with different products which are alleged to have caused the claimed injuries. On May 5-6, Mr. Nichols participated in a conference presented by Mealey's in Philadelphia entitled "Trial Skills for Asbestos Attorney. Mealey's, part of LexisNexis Research Solutions, organizes national seminars for attorneys. The topics Mr. Nichols addressed at this conference included state of the art, early exposure studies, whether the use of joint compounds ever exceeded any existing threshold limit values or permissible exposure limits, and whether warnings were necessary prior to the enactment of OSHA. He also discussed the Consumer Product Safety Committee's action banning the use of asbestos in certain products as well as the issue of whether or not the fact of tremolite contamination of chrysotile is a real issue in current litigation. For more information on any of these conferences, please contact Stephen Nichols at snichols@wfbm.com, (714)634-2522 or any other attorney with whom you have an existing relationship.


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Partners Farah Nicol, Stephen Nichols, Barbara Safechuck, Matt Ashby, Susie Gilefsky, David ...


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