Ray Hauser Track Record
Coil-Coatings Testimony

 

Case

Whitaker v. Sherwin-Williams Co., Durham, NC, Civil Action C-76-94D

Attorney

Ed C. Bryson Jr. of Newsom, Graham..., 400 Wachovia Bldg, Durham, NC, 27702, tel 919-682-5671 and James A. Hourihan of Hogan & Hartson, 815 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington DC, tel 202-331-4500

Representing

Defendant

Testimony

Report - Coil coating on aluminum siding was not defective. Most of the color differences claimed by plaintiff were not due to defective coating, but represented coatings from different suppliers. Defendant's coating was over-baked by the applicator.

Outcome

Settlement within first hour of trial.

 

Case

Conchemco v. Chromalloy, Inc.

Attorney

James F. Duncan of Watson, Ess, marshall & Enggas, 1006 Grand Ave, Kansas City, MO, 64106, tel 816-842-3132

Representing

Defendant

Testimony

Report - The coating for galvanized steel was defective with undispersed silica hydrogels that were porous to water. The primer coatings had zinc chromate inhibitor.

Outcome

Settlement.

 

Case

Bates College v. Salter Corp et al, Civil 83-390 and 83-417

Attorney

Michael Kaplan of Preti, Flaherty, Beliveau & Pachios, 443 Congress St. Portland, ME, 04101, tel 207-775-5831

Representing

Defendant

Testimony

Report and deposition - Delamination of a Korad plastic coating from galvanized steel roofing was prompted by too-rapid degradation of the polymer, permitting water penetration and disbonding.

Outcome

Settlement.

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