Ray Hauser Track Record
Adhesive Performance Testimony

 

Case

Harvey v. Hexcel, Houston TX US Dist Ct 92-7146

Attorney

J. Mark Brewer, Brewer & Pritchard, 1111 Bagby St. 24th flr, Houston, TX, 77002, tel 713-209-2950, fax 713-659-5302

Representing

plaintiff

Testimony

Report and Trial - Curtain wall panels on high-rise office building were made with stainless steel skins, aluminum honeycomb core and epoxy adhesive. Defective bonds caused stainless skins to come loose, causing unsightly appearance of building and risk of flying razor blades in high winds.

Outcome

Settlement promptly after Hauser's direct trial testimony, without cross-examination.

 

Case

. . . v. Gulf Chemical

Attorney

Gerald Dwyer, retired, home office NYC, tel 212-666-4040

Representing

Defendant

Testimony

Report and trial testimony. Defendant's adhesive was not responsible for alleged asthma problems of plaintiff. Defendant's adhesive was not used on projects worked by the plaintiff. Asthma might have been caused by reaction to sawdust.

Outcome

Jury verdict in favor of defendant.

 

Case

Infirmary Health Systems v. Ralph Wilson Plastics, Circuit Ct. Mobile AL, case #

Attorney

David Cherniak and Drew Wing of Johnstone, Adams Law Firm, Mobile, AL, tel 334-432-7682, fax 334-432-2800

Representing

Plaintiff

Testimony

Report - Contact adhesive used for laminating countertops and hospital cabinets had inadequate antioxidant to protect the rubber. The adhesive became brittle and caused massive disbanding.

Outcome

Settlement.

 

Case

Molina v. Twin Mountain Construction & Hilti, Inc., Bernalillo County NM cause # CV-97-08101

Attorney

Mark J. Riley of Riley, Shane & Hale, PA, 4101 E. Indian School Road NE #200, Albuquerque, NM 87110, tel 505-883-5030, fax 505-883-4362

Representing

Defendant Twin Mountain Construction

Testimony

Tests, analysis and report to learn cause for non-hardening of construction adhesive anchoring ladder steps in concrete. Pullout of step caused injury to construction inspector.

Outcome

Jury decision in favor of plaintiff, Hilti 80% responsible, TMC 20%

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