Hawkins Parnell Expands Asbestos Practice with Firm's Newest Partner

May 9, 2022 – Press Release

May 9, 2022 (Los Angeles, CA) – Hawkins Parnell & Young is proud to welcome skilled attorney, Thomas W. Remillard, as a new partner in the Los Angeles office. His extensive knowledge continues to strengthen the powerhouse team of personal injury, product liability, and toxic tort litigators at the firm. 

For the past decade, Tommy has been a significant presence in California toxic tort litigation, often leading defense efforts in prominent cases. His addition to Hawkins Parnell bolsters the firm’s prominence and commitment to zealous advocacy in products liability litigation on the West Coast. 

"I hope to provide our clients with the best possible service with the end result of fulfilling our stated goals and intentions to the best of my ability," stated Remillard. "Hawkins Parnell offers its attorneys the opportunity to take on challenges outside of our regular comfort zones with the end goal of becoming a more well rounded and experienced lawyer. I will work tirelessly to ensure our clients are satisfied with the work I produce and the results we achieve."

Tommy brings over 15 years of experience, during which he has defended companies of all sizes in high-risk litigation including employers, premises owners, contractors, suppliers and various product manufacturers in the industrial, automotive, construction and consumer markets. Tommy received his undergrad degree from the University of Southern California in 2004, and his  juris doctorate from Loyola University of Law in downtown Los Angeles in 2007. Since then, his aggressive advocacy has resulted in numerous dismissals for his clients prior to incurring significant litigation costs.

About Hawkins Parnell & Young

Hawkins Parnell & Young is a national defense litigation firm that has represented many of the largest and most well-known companies in high-risk litigation and business disputes. The 250-strong litigation team works with clients to develop winning defense strategies and, if necessary, try cases to verdict in all 50 states.